if there was a camera it wont be hooked up to temp traffic lights.
This should be in motoring
I wouldnt worry about it, if no one stopped you at the time you wont hear anything about it. Few lights have cameras attached to them which would be set off by you driving through a red light and i doubt any temporary ones do...
Also technically, you can ignore temporary traffic lights as they are only advisory.
However, that would be a bit foolish, although useful at 3am in the morning when no one else is on the road!
Errm, there are NO camera on traffic lights, the only time you get penalised for jumping red lights are when there are cameras specfically for the task, which are very rare.
The little things ontop of traffic lights are sensors, not cameras. Therefore, you can jump red lights all you want - you won't get caught, unless there is one of those cameras which look like ordinary speed cameras facing the lights, or a police car is behind you. The thing you do risk having is an accident, obviously.
As for temporary lights, theres no cameras attached and although you're supposed to obey them who really cares, theres some where I live due to roadworks at the moment and if its clear on the other side I just go straight through them.
Yeah we have a similar sort of setup for temporary lights right infront of a bus stop which is quite stupid really.
Plus I find temporary traffic lights to be terrible.Often staying on their reds/greens far too long. They are nearly always poorly set up and battered and wrecked that actually seeing them in direct sunlight is sometimes impossible!
i love those men who do those spinny sticks... theres one round here, (loads of roadworks recently) and he is the spitting image of a walrus.. i find that its more dangerous looking at laffing at him, than it would be if they just let us go to head with the other cars...
Don't there have to be signs saying there are cameras for that?
Like there are for bus lane cameras?
As has been said, very unlikely.
Don't worry about it - lucky nothing happened, but it wasn't your fault and the people that laid it down should have realised that putting it where a bus could block the view isn't the best idea...