The New Jersey Department of Transportation informed 21 towns they could resume issuing tickets based on information from red-light cameras at 65 intersections.
Tickets also may be issued for violations since June 19, when the red-light camera program was suspended, said the NJDOT. The cameras were operating during the last month, but towns had not been permitted to issue tickets while lights and cameras were inspected.
Cameras at intersections in Cherry Hill, Glassboro, Stratford, Monroe, and 17 other New Jersey communities have been tested and found to be correctly calibrated, the NJDOT said.
"Drivers are now on notice: If you go through a red light, or you fail to come to a complete stop before making a right turn on red, you will be ticketed," Cherry Hill Mayor Chuck Cahn said Wednesday.