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Planning and Infrastructure minister Alannah MacTiernan today revealed two months of findings from red light cameras installed at two suburban level crossings.
Cameras installed at Welshpool Road in Welshpool and Kelvin Road in Maddington recorded 668 incidents in June and 535 incidents the previous month.
Last year the PTA became the first rail authority in the country to install red light cameras at railway crossings.
Three cameras were installed at crossings the PTA and Main Roads WA identified as being the worst for driver behaviour.
According to the findings, in June there were 668 incidents at the two locations, of which 579 were at Welshpool Road.
The PTA began issuing cautions to drivers who were nabbed running red lights at the crossings in May this year.
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22 July 2008
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