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[[File:ri-camera.jpg|125px|thumb|right|Red Light Camera signage]]
 
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Currently, '''red light''' cameras are only in effect at 15 intersections in the Providence area, and two intersections along US-1 in Charlestown.
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Currently, '''red light''' cameras are only in effect at 15 intersections in the Providence area, and two intersections along US-1 in Charlestown. To identify a valid red light camera, be sure to look for a sign near the intersection that says "Traffic Laws Photo Enforced", as shown on the right.
 
 
Please see the [[Cameras#Know your Cameras|Know your Cameras]] section of the Waze Wiki for help in identifying the different cameras in use. Remember, only '''red light''' cameras reported in Rhode Island should be mapped in Waze; all other reported cameras should be removed from the map.
 
  
 
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Latest revision as of 01:03, 26 August 2015


Red Light Camera signage


Based on information researched at the time this page was created, speed cameras are illegal statewide in Rhode Island, and red light cameras are legal statewide in Rhode Island.

No other camera types should be mapped in Waze.

Currently, red light cameras are only in effect at 15 intersections in the Providence area, and two intersections along US-1 in Charlestown. To identify a valid red light camera, be sure to look for a sign near the intersection that says "Traffic Laws Photo Enforced", as shown on the right.