South San Francisco’s red-light cameras are again starting to earn cash.
The city ran into problems in January, when the City Council ratified the contract with American Traffic Solutions, which provided the cameras. However, the cameras went into operation in August at two intersections.
All of the tickets handed out during that time were voided and refunded.
The city had to decide whether to keep the cameras or cease the program and determined the financial gain was worth keeping them.
Warnings had been issued until Saturday, when tickets start to be handed out.