Red-Light Safety Camera at S. Beretania Street and Piikoi Street will issue warnings beginning Wednesday, March 29Posted on Mar 29, 2023 in Highways News, Main, News
HONOLULU – The Hawaiʻi Department of Transportation (HDOT) advises motorists that the Red-Light Safety Camera (RLSC) at S. Beretania Street and Piʻikoi Street will begin issuing warnings on Wednesday, March 29, 2023.
The activation of the S. Beretania and Piʻikoi RLSC will add a third site to those currently issuing warnings for red-light violations. Hawai‘i’s RLSCs issue warnings for a 30-day period before they are activated to issue citations.
The penalty for running a red-light in the City and County of Honolulu is typically $97. A vehicle is considered in violation of Hawai‘i Revised Statute 291C-32 if it does not stop at the stop line when faced with a traffic signal that is steady red. Red-light running or disregard of traffic signals has resulted in 1,879 crashes statewide over the last five years of available data.
HDOT reminds all O‘ahu motorists that red-light running will be automatically enforced at the 10 RLSC sites. A complete list of locations and more information on the pilot can be found at https://hidot.hawaii.gov/highways/red-light-safety-program/
Status of the 10 RLSC sites as of March 28, 2023:
|1||Vineyard Boulevard and Pālama Street||Live for citations 11/20/2022|
|1||Vineyard Boulevard and Liliha Street||Live for citations 12/12/2022|
|2||Vineyard Boulevard and Nuʻuanu Avenue||Live for citations 1/6/2023|
|2||Pali Highway and Vineyard Boulevard||Live for citations 1/26/2022|
|2||Pali Highway and School Street||Live for citations 1/28/2022|
|3||Likelike Highway and School Street||Live for warning 3/10/2023|
|3||S. King Street and Ward Avenue|
|3||Kapiʻolani Boulevard and Kamakeʻe Street||Live for warning 3/22/2023|
|3||S. Beretania Street and Piʻikoi Street||Live for warning 3/29/2023|
|3||McCully Street and Algaroba Street|