Speed cameras coming to Chicago's accident-prone intersections

The city also plans a 90-day education campaign with extra warnings built in

By Fran Spielman
Chicago Sun-Times

CHICAGO — Mayor Rahm Emanuel's plan to use surveillance cameras to catch motorists who speed near schools and parks will start slowly with only a handful of accident-prone intersections, no more than 360 camera locations when the program is running at full tilt and two tiers of warnings to speeders, a top mayoral aide said Monday.

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