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§ 12-3005. Intersections At Which This Chapter Applies.

(1) Automated red light enforcement systems that are approved by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation may be used to enforce this Chapter only at the following intersections, and as this list may be amended from time to time by ordinance, subject to the designation of such intersections by agreement of the System Administrator and the Pennsylvania Secretary of Transportation:

(a) U.S. Route 1 (Roosevelt Boulevard) at Grant Avenue, at Red Lion Road and at Cottman Street.

(b) Kensington Avenue at Clearfield Street.

(c) Richmond Street at Allegheny Avenue and at Castor Avenue.

(d) Aramingo Avenue at York Street.

(e) Thompson Street at Lehigh Avenue.

(f) Broad Street at Washington Avenue.

(g) Broad Street at Oregon Avenue.

(h) Grays Ferry Avenue at 34th Street.

(i) Southampton Road at Roosevelt Boulevard.

(j) Welsh Road at Roosevelt Boulevard.

(k) Rhawn Street at Roosevelt Boulevard.

(l) Levick Street at Roosevelt Boulevard.

(m) Mascher Street at Roosevelt Boulevard.

(n) 9th Street at Roosevelt Boulevard.

(o) Hunting Park Avenue at Broad Street.

(p) 58th Street at Walnut Street.

(q) John F. Kennedy Boulevard at Broad Street.

(r) South Penn Square at Broad Street.

(s) Henry Avenue at Walnut Lane.

(t) Rising Sun Avenue at Adams Avenue.

(u) Aramingo Avenue at York Street.

(v) Aramingo Avenue at Castor Avenue.

(w) Vine Street at Broad Street.

(x) Island Avenue at Lindbergh Boulevard.

(y) Grant Avenue at Academy Road.

(z) Reserved.

(aa) Worthington Road at Byberry Road.

(bb) Woodhaven Road at Knights Road.

(cc) Stenton Avenue at Ogontz Avenue.

(dd) Island Avenue and Bartram Avenue.

(ee) 26th Street and Penrose Avenue.

(ff) 2nd Street and Erie Avenue.

(gg) Belmont Avenue and Parkside Avenue.

(hh) Rising Sun Avenue and Levick Street.

(2) No automated red light enforcement system shall be used at any intersection unless there is posted an appropriate sign in a conspicuous place before the area in which the automated red light enforcement device is used notifying the public that an automated red light enforcement device is in use immediately ahead.

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