JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Red light cameras at 17 different intersections will begin working Wednesday.
Sheriff John Rutherford told Action News that each violation will cost $158. And you better pay on time.
The first notice carries no penalty points. But if you ignore it, the fine increases to $274 and three points are assessed against your license.
Once the cameras are live, there will be a 30-day grace period. If the camera catches you running a red light inside that window, you'll get a letter of warning in the mail. After 30 days, you get a ticket.
The taxpayers are not paying for the cameras. They will be funded by the violations.
For a complete list of Duval County red light cameras, visit http://www.redlightcameralist.com/poi/United-States-of-America/Florida/Jacksonville/