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Cameras

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Waze supports numerous types of cameras and can provide client alerts when approaching a validated camera installation.


Know your Cameras

Red Light Camera

These cameras monitor an intersection and trigger when traffic proceeds through the intersection on a red signal. One or more approaches to the intersection may be monitored.

Red light cameras have a few main things in common:

  1. They have multiple lenses
  2. They have an external flash
  3. They tend to be bulky
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  4. They have at least some equipment located behind the monitored intersection (there may be equipment on the other side of the intersection as well)
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  5. They are clearly marked
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