(Maura asked me not to use her last name because of the sensitive nature of this story.) She was partying at a decidedly retrograde bar in Montauk—The Memory Motel.
Locally, it’s known as one vertex of the “Bermuda Triangle,” a trio of bars where sobriety and personal dignity tend to go missing under murky circumstances.
The stills show the vehicle behind the stop line with the traffic signal showing red in the image #1 photo and the same vehicle fully beyond the stop line with the traffic signal still showing red in image #2 photo.
The Seattle Department of Transportation maintains a number of traffic cameras that are frequently mistaken for photo enforcement.
In the summer of 2013 my friend Maura lost her i Phone in the Hamptons.
The still photos and video clip of the event are available to police reviewers, court personnel, and registered owners via secure ATS Internet Web site.
All photos and video only show the vehicle from the rear, as Washington law prohibits taking images of the faces of vehicle driver or occupants.
With the completion of construction in September 2013, the City now has 31 "red light" traffic safety cameras operating at 23 different arterials intersections.
The Axsis RLC-300 camera system used by ATS has three basic components: a high resolution camera for taking still, color photos, a video camera that provides a broader view of the offending vehicle and any other vehicles, pedestrians, or cyclists in the intersection, and a vehicle sensing device that activates the still cameras and captures video of approaching vehicles that the system "predicts" will violate a red signal.
If you received a notice of infraction in the mail for running a red light, you can view the images and video of your vehicle at Violation The fine for a red light infraction is 6.
You must use the Notice # and PIN printed on the front of the notice you received to log in. Contact: Chris Steel | [email protected]| 206-733-9809 North Seattle EB NE 45th St & Roosevelt Way NE EB NW Market St & 15th Ave NW WB NW Market St & 15th Ave NW SB 15th Ave NW & NW 80th St SB Stone Way N & N 40th St NB Aurora Ave N & N 85th St EB NE 80th & 5th Ave NE NB 11th Ave NE & NE 45th St Central Seattle SB 6th Ave & James St EB Spring St & 5th Ave EB Denny Way & Fairview Ave N WB Denny Way & Fairview Ave N NB Broadway E & E Olive Way EB E Olive Way & Broadway E SB Boren Ave & James St NB Boren Ave & Pike St WB Pike St & Boren Ave NB 9th Ave & James St SB 23rd Ave E & E John St NB 6th Ave & University St South Seattle NB Rainier Ave S & S Orcas St SB Rainier Ave S & S Orcas St EB S Cloverdale St & 14th Ave S WB SW Avalon Way & 35th Ave SW SB 35th Ave SW & SW Thistle St NB Rainier Ave S & S Massachusetts St WB S Mc Clellan St & MLK Way Jr Way S SB MLK Way Jr S & S Mc Clellan St NB MLK Way Jr S & S Mc Clellan St NB MLK Way Jr S & S Othello St WB Othello St & MLK Way Jr S These are the only red light photo enforcement cameras within the City of Seattle.
In late July 2006, the City of Seattle initiated a 12-month pilot project designed to test the effectiveness of traffic safety cameras – also known as red light cameras – at selected arterial intersections.