Lafayette Consolidate Government announced Wednesday that three more SafeLight intersections are under construction and expected to be activated within the next two months. The red-light cameras will be located at Congress/Guilbeau, Camellia/Settlers Trace and Camellia/Kaliste Saloom.
Tony Tramel, LCG’s director of traffic and transportation, says the exact dates and times the cameras will be activated will be announced soon. The three new locations will bring to a dozen the number of intersections in Lafayette where traffic laws are electronically enforced. A total of 29 intersections with traffic signals among 188 maintained by LCG are slated to be part of the SafeLight program.