CHICAGO (WLS) -- Red light cameras in Chicago are bringing in big bucks for the city.
The Chicago Sun-Times looked at city records and found that red light cameras have brought in almost $285 million since 2011.
More than 2 million tickets were handed out during that time. The Sun-Times found that that most tickets come from the cameras at Lake Shore Drive and Belmont.
Red light cameras bring in over $200M since 2011