TAMPA, Florida - The city of Tampa will flip the switch later this month on six new red light cameras, bringing its total to 55 eyes-in-the-sky enforcing traffic violations. The additions come just a few months after Mayor Bob Buckhorn and city council members butted heads over the future of the program.

Six new red light cameras coming to Tampa

Cameras will monitor three approaches at Westshore Blvd./Kennedy Blvd. (all directions except Northbound) as well as three approaches at Dale Mabry Hwy./Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. (all directions except Eastbound).

Tampa police will start issuing violations at the new intersections on July 11.

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