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Ten of the Worst Red-Light-Ticket Intersections in Denver So Far in 2017

Ten of the Worst Red-Light-Ticket Intersections in Denver So Far in 2017
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click to enlarge 6th and Lincoln. - GOOGLE MAPS
6th and Lincoln.
Google Maps
Location: 6th and Lincoln

Number of in-person red-light citations issued between January 1 and March 6: At least 6

click to enlarge Quebec and Smith Road. - GOOGLE MAPS
Quebec and Smith Road.
Google Maps
Location: Quebec and Smith Road

Number of in-person red-light citations issued between January 1 and March 6: At least 6

click to enlarge Wazee and 20th. - GOOGLE MAPS
Wazee and 20th.
Google Maps
Location: Wazee and 20th

Number of in-person red-light citations issued between January 1 and March 6: At least 4

click to enlarge Tejon and Alameda. - GOOGLE MAPS
Tejon and Alameda.
Google Maps
Location: Tejon and Alameda

Number of in-person red-light citations issued between January 1 and March 6: At least 4

click to enlarge Alameda and Santa Fe. - GOOGLE MAPS
Alameda and Santa Fe.
Google Maps
Location: Alameda and Santa Fe

Number of in-person red-light citations issued between January 1 and March 6: At least 4

In-person Denver Red Light Tickets: January 1-March 6, 2017


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