New school zone cameras installed outside of 3 Spokane schools

SPOKANE, Wash. — New school zone safety cameras are now in place at three new locations across Spokane.

The cameras are posted on Bernard, Regal and Ray streets outside of Ferris High School, Adams Elementary and Roosevelt Elementary.

Cameras will operate during school zone hours when the school beacons are flashing to capture images of every car speeding in the school zone.

Those caught speeding will receive a warning through the temporary warning period that started Monday. Tickets will be issued starting on November 1.

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