St. Peters Adding Red-Light Cameras at Intersection of Jungermann and McClay

The city now has eight red-light photo enforcement cameras throughout the city.

More red-light cameras will be going up in St. Peters.

After adding red-light photo enforcement cameras in the summer of 2012 at the intersection of Mexico and Spencer Road, the Suburban Journals reports plans to add another set of cameras at westbound McClay Road and Jungermann Road.

The Suburban Journals reports the intersection, which has a Walgreen's and QuikTrip as on each side of McClay, was chosen because of a high number of crashes. In the last three years, the two intersection had a total of 120 crashes, 17 that resulted in injuries. According to a press release, nearly one out of three traffic crashes in the St. Peters were associated with motorists violating stops signs, electric signals and following too closely.

The addition of the McClay/Jungermann camera gives St. Peters red-light cameras at:

  • Mexico Road at Cave Springs Boulevard
  • Mexico Road at Jungermann Road
  • Mexico Road at Spencer Road
  • Mid Rivers Mall Drive at Suemandy Road
  • Mid Rivers Mall Drive at Grand Teton Road eastbound
  • Mid Rivers Mall Drive at Grand Teton Road westbound
  • Mid Rivers Mall Drive at Willott Road
  • Jungermann Road at McClay Road

St. Peters Police Officers review the photos and video evidence of red-light incidents and authorize notices of violations to be issued to the vehicle operators. The cameras provide a photograph of the driver, the vehicle’s license plates and a 12-second video of the violation.

Michael E. Carter January 12, 2013 at 04:36 PM
Michael E. Carter January 12, 2013 at 04:37 PM
Bull poo
William Braudis January 12, 2013 at 07:54 PM
Mr. Carter, now when you run these intersections it is going to cost you, no not the life of some innocent person (s), but a cool $100.00. So pull your head out of that Bull's behind and start driving smart and safe.
Leo January 17, 2013 at 05:03 AM
I live just off of Mexico, the peolpe that travel that road in out of order. I try and do the speed limit, at most go over 5 mile a hour. Some folks that ride on that road must do 50, 55, some 60. And all St. Peters is concern with is red lights. Even the cops fly on that road, and of course they are not going anywhere. But, if you complain that is what they will say.
William Braudis January 18, 2013 at 03:35 AM
Hey Mr. Carter here is just another " Bull Poo " for you to read as you zoom through your next Red Light. Police & Fire St. Peters Woman Injured After Running Red Light The crash took place at Mid Rivers Mall Drive and Highway 364. By Joe Barker Email the author November 16, 2012 Email Print Comment Upload Photos and Videos Failure to stop at a red light sent a St. Peters woman to hospital early Wednesday. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, 63-year-old Ruth Leach didn't stop for a solid red light at Mid Rivers Mall Drive and Highway 364 just after 11 a.m. on Nov. 21. Leach traveled into the path of a second vehicle, driven by 20-year-old St. Charles resident Sarah Carollo. The two cars then collided. Following the crash, Leach was taken to Barnes Jewish in St. Peters by St. Charles County Ambulance. She is listed as having minor injuries. Carollo's 1998 Honda CRV sustained minor damage in the crash. Leach's 2001 Kia Sportage had moderate damage. Both drivers were wearing safety devices.


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