RED EYES OF DOOM: Red light stats Jan. 28 to Feb. 3

 

RED EYES OF DOOM: Red light stats Jan. 28 to Feb. 3

 

Date: February 18, 2013
by: Andrew O'Brien | Associate Editor

 
 

 

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The following is the red light camera statistics for the week of Jan. 28 through Feb. 3. Source: city of Palm Coast.

There were a total of 4,361 violations this week, which is down compared to 5,839 last week.

Five new cameras have been activated, and they are in the warning notice stage until March 2.

Those camera locations are as follows:

State Road 100 (east) @ I-95 offramp (south)
State Road 100 (west) @ I-95 offramp (north)
State Road 100 (east) @ Memorial Medical Parkway
State Road 100 (west) @ Memorial Medical Parkway
State Road 100 (east) @ Seminole Woods Boulevard  

Location of Camera Camera flashes Event rejections Still in Workflow Citations issued
Belle Terre Pkwy (south) @ Easthampton Blvd 6 5 0 1
Cypress Point Pkwy (north) @ Palm Coast Pkwy 18 8 0 10
Cypress Point Pkwy (south) @ Palm Coast Pkwy 12 11 0 1
Palm Coast Pkwy (west) @ Cypress Point Pkwy 11 5 0 6
Belle Terre Pkwy (south) @ Cypress Point Pkwy 6 4 0 2
Cypress Point Pkwy (west) @ Belle Terre Pkwy 13 7 0 6
Palm Coast Pkwy (east) @ Old Kings N. 21 12 0 9
Palm Coast Pkwy (west) @ Old Kings N. 94 86 0 8
Palm Coast Pkwy (east) @ Belle Terre Pkwy 12 6 0 6
Palm Coast Pkwy (west) @ Belle Terre Pkwy 36 27 0 9
Belle Terre Pkwy (north) @ Cypress Point Pkwy 179 155 0 24
Belle Terre Pkwy (south) @ State Road 100 441 413 0 28
Palm Coast Pkwy (east) @ Pine Cone Drive 162 152 0 10
Palm Coast Pkwy (west) @ I-95 offramp (south) 149 90 0 59
Palm Coast Pkwy (west) @ Club House Drive 66 63 0 3
Palm Coast Pkwy (east) @ I-95 offramp (south) 81 40 0 41
Old Kings Road (north) @ Kings Way 257 238 0 19
Old Kings Road (south) @ Kings Way 42 28 0 14
Palm Coast Pkwy (east) @ I-95 offramp (north) 109 91 0 18
Palm Coast Pkwy (west) @ I-95 offramp (north) 184 145 0 39
Palm Coast Pkwy (east) @ Florida Park Drive 39 18 0 21
Palm Coast Pkwy (west) @ Pine Lakes Pkwy 51 49 0 2
Palm Coast Pkwy (west) @ Florida Park Drive 3 2 0 1
Palm coast Pkwy (west) @ Harbor Center 61 37 0 24
Belle Terre Pkwy (north) @ Central Avenue 32 29 0 3
State Road 100 (west) @ Belle Terre Pkwy 902 868 0 34
Old Kings Road (south) @ Palm Coast Pkwy 77 63 0 14
Palm Coast Pkwy (east) @ Pine Lakes Pkwy 286 279 0 7
Belle Terre Pkwy (north) @ Palm Coast Pkwy 71 60 0 11
Belle Terre Pkwy (south) @ Pine Lakes Pkwy 63 54 0 9
Belle Terre Pkwy (north) @ Pine Lakes Pkwy 235 207 0 28
Belle Terre Pkwy (north) @ Palm Coast Pkwy 109 89 0 20
Belle Terre Pkwy (south) @ Palm Coast Pkwy 10 10 0 0
Belle Terre Pkwy (north) @ Rymfire Drive 67 61 0 6
Belle Terre Pkwy (south) @ Rymfire Drive 50 42 0 8
Belle Terre Pkwy (south) @ Royal Palms Pkwy 57 47 0 10
Belle Terre Pkwy (south) @ White View Pkwy 68 60 0 8
TOTALS 4,361 3,822 0 539

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Currently 6 Responses

  • 1.
  • I think you all have valid points. My questions: 1. Where is this money going and who is controlling it? 2. Why are there no cameras in front of any of the schools? (This should be a huge concern) 3. We have money to put the cameras in but they cut a bunch of the school programs??? 4. Again, who is in charge? Do any of the board members have kids that go to the public schools here in Palm Coast?
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  • James Richards
    Mon 18th Feb 2013
    at 8:07pm
  • 2.
  • I agree with Kathy Austrino!
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  • Kaye Lance
    Mon 18th Feb 2013
    at 4:13pm
  • 3.
  • 539 x 158 = 85,162.
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  • Kathy Austrino
    Mon 18th Feb 2013
    at 12:45pm
  • 4.
  • I see 539 people who thought whatever they had to do that day was more important than the safety of those around them. Fine the sh*t out of them.
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  • Mark Woods
    Mon 18th Feb 2013
    at 12:33pm
  • 5.
  • I wonder if my math is correct? Please let me know...of the violations issued this took approximately $85,162 out of the pockets of Palm Coast residents (or alternatively...$85,162 out of Palm Coast's economic flow) and put only $12,774.30 into the city funds (15% of each $158 ticket goes to the city?). If this is correct how many will move out or not consider moving in to a city that makes choices as brilliant as this? Also...how many accidents are being avoided by way of paying $85,162 per week (or approximately $4.5 Million a year)?
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  • Kathy Austrino
    Mon 18th Feb 2013
    at 12:20pm
  • 6.
  • Camera flashes does not equal violations. Look at Citations, that's all that really matters. 536 total for the week
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  • EV Engineer
    Mon 18th Feb 2013
    at 11:51am
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