Bowl" in your app store.### 3 As a new year begins tomorrow...Jacksonville drivers will also see something new on one busy roadway -- brand new red light cameras ... Four new cameras are now in place along Blanding Boulevard -- one at Argyle Forest Boulevard, two at Collins Road, and another at Youngerman Circle. Blanding's one of the busiest roads in the area -- in fact, there was a wreck there just this morning. A 30-day grace period begins at midnight ... meaning drivers will only get a warning for that time... Channel 4's Ashley Mitchem talked with some drivers about these new cameras. 3 3 00-0607-1415-2127-301:04- 1:1007:31 There were about one million red light camera tickets given in Florida during 2013 ...the next year may have more because here along Blanding Blvd there will be four new cameras..drivers have mixed emotions...Joe Sweatman, Driver 05:49 I believe it will in a way because they see it they know and if they get that one ticket they should know better me personally a red light means stop. It don't mean keep going.) Nancy Denslow, Driver 05:15 for accident purposes I think it would be alright but for tickets and stuff I don't think it's right The new red light cameras are along the following intersections:) Blanding Boulevard at Argyle Forest Boulevard - Eastbound Approach Blanding Boulevard at Collins Road - Northbound Approach Blanding Boulevard at Collins Road - Southbound Approach Blanding Boulevard and Youngerman Circle - Northbound Approach The 30-day warning grace period will begin at the locations Wednesday.There are now a total of 28 red light cameras around the city of Jacksonville.The intersections where red light cameras exist are known as the most dangerous intersections in the city.James Langlay, Grew up on the Westside 00:06 we have a lot of road rage people everybody just has too much on their schedule to stop for two seconds to wait at a red light If you run a red light and get a ticket it will cost you 158 dollars. From the westside, AM C4 TLS.