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One Interstate 29 red light camera is moved to a new location because of construction

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The camera will monitor red light violations for west bound traffic. The camera will monitor red light violations for west bound traffic.
SIOUX CITY, Iowa (KTIV) -

Sioux City Police say on Wednesday, November 28th a red light camera will be activated at the intersection of Singing Hills Boulevard and South Lewis Boulevard.

The camera will monitor red light violations for west bound traffic.

Police say signs will be posted warning drivers of photo enforcement.

The red light camera was previously located at Singing Hills and I-29.

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