Cameras to track speeds of drivers through Idaho Springs will be used on a two-week trial basis before the city council decides whether to install them permanently.
No tickets will be given during the trial period. Instead, city officials will use data from the cameras to determine how fast people are actually driving on city streets and to learn how the cameras work.
The council agreed to let Brekford Corp., a company specializing in automated traffic safety, install the cameras at no cost.
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