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  • Writer's pictureFrancisco Martinez

Strawberry to get license-plate cameras along frontage road

Updated: Dec 7, 2023

Strawberry is set to get four automatic license-plate-reading cameras, a move that will close the last existing camera coverage gap for cars traveling to and from the Tiburon Peninsula.


The Board of Supervisors voted unanimously at its Nov. 28 meeting to approve the local cameras as part of a larger network of 31 readers to be installed across unincorporated Marin. In Strawberry, two cameras will be positioned on Tiburon Boulevard near the Redwood Highway frontage road, with the other two at the southern end of the frontage road, one near the intersection with De Silva Island Drive, capturing northbound traffic, and one near the intersection of Seminary Drive, capturing southbound cars.


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