On a recent Monday morning, traffic cameras at a few intersections in the city of Newark, New Jersey were busy with cars.
Many drivers were making the turn from I-95 into the city.
Some were turning onto the side of the road and weaving in and out of traffic, with some passing vehicles.
Others were driving around, and were honking horns.
The cameras were rolling.
At one intersection, the cameras were in place for hours, and motorists were required to use caution.
It’s the same thing that happens every day in New York City.
In New Jersey, the law requires you to have a police car with you when you make a turn.
You also have to have lights, and the police can issue a ticket if you break the law.
It’s unclear how many traffic cameras have been deployed in New Brunswick, but there’s no indication that the traffic on that particular section of I-495 has increased.
When it comes to traffic, New Brunswick is a relatively small city.
There are some 2,200 vehicles on the New Jersey Turnpike alone, according to NJ Transit.
It is about 30 miles from the city center and about 200 miles from New York, according a New Jersey Department of Transportation spokesperson.
The police department has received about 1,000 complaints from motorists, said spokesman Mark Wojcik.
He said the department’s goal is to make it as safe as possible, and he said that it is not a priority to put cameras on roads.
The city has a few speed cameras, but those are installed at traffic lights, not intersections, Wojcic said.
The New Jersey Traffic Camera Program was launched in 2012 to enforce the New York state speed limit, which was raised to 70 mph on January 1, 2017.
The city says the new law does not change anything, and it is up to the municipalities to enforce their speed limits.
New Brunswick’s police department is responsible for issuing tickets for speeding and for traffic violations.
If you are ticketed, you can choose to pay the fine or have it waived.
The ticket costs $20 and is due within three business days.
For the past three years, the department has issued 2,500 tickets, Woszczak said.
The department is currently processing more than 500,000 tickets a year.
Wojcics said the police department does not enforce the speed limit.
He also said there are cameras at intersections, and if there are, they have to be equipped with flashing lights and be able to turn the lights off.
Woszcic did say that the city will be issuing tickets in the future, but said it was not certain when.
He did not specify when.