WOODBURY - Suffolk lawmakers have agreed to put up 50 new red light cameras, according to Newsday.
Officials are also asking the state to authorize a traffic and parking violations agency. The move is so Suffolk County can collect its own fines from the lights and other traffic violations.
Right now the violations are processed in district court.
The county hopes to bring in another $20 million by processing its own traffic violations and doubling the number of red light cameras.