Seattle drivers: Get ready to tap the brakes around more school zones. The city plans to install speed cameras at five more schools after early results indicate that the enforcement devices – and resulting $189 traffic tickets – are motivating drivers to slow down.
In December, the city rolled out the enforcement cameras at four schools. In those school zones, the cameras snap a photo of any vehicles that exceed the 20-mile-per-hour limit. Then the driver later gets a citation in the mail.
Lawmakers are rapidly approaching the deadline for the special session in Olympia. Still, it remains unclear whether the Senate Majority Coalition and the Democratically controlled House will reach an agreement on a budget deal. David Hyde discusses it with Olympia Correspondent Austin Jenkins during this week’s update from the state capital.