The city of Rochester says another intersection will be monitored by a camera -- Mt. Hope at Elmwood Avenues.
It will go live Friday morning at six.
This marks the 32nd intersection under the watchful lens of a red light camera.
The registered owner of a vehicle spotted running a red light is sent a summons in the mail.
They can either appeal or pay a 50-dollar fine.
One Rochester resident has filed a lawsuit against the city over the red light cameras, claiming they violate due process because a ticket is sent to the lawful owner of the vehicle, instead of the actual driver.
The suit also argues the current law doesn't provide a fair hearing to challenge a video clip that's 13 seconds long.