Ozark City Council Greenlights Automated Red Light Cameras for Enhanced Traffic Safety

By Caitlynn Cummings

In a pivotal move during the recent Ozark City Council meeting on March 5, the council members approved a proposal to introduce automated red light cameras along U.S. Highway 231. Spearheaded by Ozark's Director of Public Safety, Charles Ward, the initiative is aimed at bolstering traffic enforcement and reducing instances of drivers running red lights.

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