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Starting Friday, April 14, a new red-light safety camera located at the intersection of McCully and Algaroba streets will begin issuing warnings, according to the Hawaii Department of Transportation (HDOT).

This camera marks the ninth working red-light camera, with six cameras already issuing citations, including over 700 citations at the intersection of Vineyard Boulevard and Liliha Street alone.

The McCully and Algaroba camera will become active for citations after 30 days.

The final camera in this two-year pilot program will be installed at the intersection of King Street and Ward Avenue.

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