This is where the red light cameras are in Leeds

These are the location of traffic light cameras as of July in Leeds, as published by the West Yorkshire Casualty Prevention Partnership.

Thursday, 11th July 2019, 11:40 am
Traffic light cameras detect vehicles which pass through lights after theyve turned red.

Traffic light cameras detect vehicles which pass through lights after they’ve turned red by using sensors or ground loops in the road. The current penalty for failing to stop for a red light is usually an £100 fine and 3 points on your licence. These are the locations where will find traffic light cameras in Leeds:

At the junction with Meanwood Road (Photo: Google).
At the junction with Barrack Road (Photo: Google).

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At the junction with Chapeltown Road (Photo: Google).
At the junction with Harehills Lane (Photo: Google)
At the junction with Harehills Avenue (Photo: Google).
At the junction with Woodhouse Lane (Photo: Google).
At the junction with Woodhouse Lane (Photo: Google).
At the junction with Calverley Street (Photo: Google).
At the junction with Osmondthorpe Lane (Photo: Google).
At the junction with Great Wilson Street (Photo: Google).
At the junction with Sackville Street (Photo: Google).