California to introduce traffic speed cameras which fine motorists for the first time ever

California has signed a new law that allows six cities to install speed cameras.

The cities are Los Angeles, San Francisco, Oakland, Glendale, Long Beach, and San Jose

The speed cameras will be placed in areas with high traffic volume and a history of accidents.

The cameras will be used to enforce the speed limit and reduce traffic accidents.

The speed cameras will be calibrated to take pictures of vehicles that are traveling more than 10 miles per hour over the speed limit.

Drivers who are caught speeding by the cameras will receive a ticket in the mail.

The tickets will be $75 for the first offense and $150 for each subsequent offense.

The revenue from the tickets will be used to fund traffic safety programs in the cities where the cameras are installed.

The speed camera program is a pilot program that will last for five years.

The program will be evaluated at the end of the five years to determine whether it is effective in reducing traffic accidents.

Proponents of the speed camera program say that it will help to improve traffic safety and reduce pedestrian fatalities.

Opponents of the program say that it is unfair to drivers and that it is a form of government overreach.

The speed camera program is scheduled to go into effect on January 1, 2024.

The cameras are expected to be installed by the summer of 2024.