SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (FOX 10) -- People living or working in Scottsdale will want to be extra careful while driving, because more traffic cameras are on the way.
The city has decided to add four more cameras to new intersections. The newest intersections to have the technology are Scottsdale Road and Pinnacle Peak, Drank Lloyd Wright at the Greenway Hayden Loop, 92nd Street and Shea, and Indian School and Hayden.
City officials say these specific locations were chosen by traffic engineers based on speed and crash data. According to the city, since installing cameras in 1996, they've seen a 24 percent overall decrease in crashes. 35 percent of those crashes were specifically related to red light running.
Some drivers think the cameras only add to the problem, while others say drivers should follow the law, and they won't have to worry.
VIDEO: FOX 10's Danielle Miller reports.