Speed cameras coming to Chicago next week

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A Redflex red light camera is placed at the corner of W. Cermak Road and S. Canal Street Friday, Oct. 12, 2012, in Chicago. (John J. Kim / Chicago Tribune)

Speeders beware!

New speeding cameras will be installed at four Chicago parks starting next week.

Drivers who get caught going at least six miles an hour over posted speed limits will get only warning citations for the first 30 days.

After that, $35 tickets will be mailed, and anything exceeding 10 miles per hour over the limit will be tagged for $100 fines.

The first four cameras will be installed at Garfield Park on the West side, Gompers Park on the Northwest side, Washington Park on the South Side and Marquette Park on the Southwest side.

Confirmed speeding camera locations will include:

Abbott Park, 49 E. 95th St.

Chicago High School for Agricultural Sciences, 3857 W. 111th St.

Curie High School, 4959 S. Archer Ave.

Douglas Park, 1401 S. Sacramento Ave.

Garfield Park, 100 N. Central Park Ave.

Gompers Park, 4222 W. Foster Ave.

Humboldt Park, 1440 N. Humboldt Dr.

Jones High School, 606 S. State St.

Legion Park, 3100 W. Bryn Mawr Ave.

Marquette Park, 6743 S. Kedzie Ave.

Washington Park, 5531 S. Dr. Martin Luther King Dr.

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