Warning period ends today for Greenville's red light cameras

GREENVILLE, N.C. (WITN) - The grace period is coming to an end for motorists who try to beat red lights at certain intersections in Greenville.

The Greenville Police Department is ending its warning period Tuesday and will begin issuing citations on Wednesday for people caught on red light cameras.

The fine is $100 per offense.

Cameras are in place at the following intersections:
-Charles Boulevard and 14th Street
-Charles Boulevard and Fire Tower Road
-Arlington Boulevard and Fire Tower Road
-Arlington Boulevard and Greenville Boulevard
-Arlington Boulevard and South Memorial Drive

Every potential violation will be reviewed before a citation is issued and there will also be an appeal process, according to the city.