PAWTUCKET, R.I. (AP) – A second Rhode Island city is planning to launch speed cameras in school zones.
Pawtucket signed a five-year contract with Sensys Gatso USA to install the cameras in December.
City officials tell WPRI-TV they have not decided how many cameras will be installed or where they will be, but they are looking at a springtime launch.
The city will pay $2,500 per month per camera and $7.30 for each violation as part of its contract.
Providence launched speed cameras last year.
Records show Providence issued more than 63,000 tickets and collected about $3.2 million in fines between last January and December.
The city will collect about $1.5 million in revenue after it pays the company that operates the cameras and refunds linked to a lawsuit.