OAKBROOK TERRACE, Ill. (WLS) — Oakbrook Terrace leaders are due court Monday to defend the city’s use of red light cameras.

The cameras are near Oak Brook Mall, at the busy intersection of Route 83 and 22nd Street.

Oakbrook Terrace red light cameras uncovered after judge order

The Illinois Department of Transportation de-activated those cameras, located at 22nd Street and Route 83, back in May, claiming that Oakbrook Terrace violated a safety agreement.

Oak Brook calls for Oakbrook Terrace to remove red light cameras near Oakbrook Center Mall

Last July, a judge ordered the cameras be re-activated while the village argues in court that IDOT has no authority to regulate the cameras once they are installed.

SEE ALSO | Former Oakbrook Terrace mayor pleads guilty in red-light camera bribery scheme



Post source: Abc7chicago

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