Red-light cameras will start snapping pictures of cars as they zoom through intersections at the end of the month.
While the cameras will be taking still images of red-light runners, drivers will only receive warnings for the first 30 days.
“The warning period will give residents an opportunity to become familiar with the system. We encourage people to slow down and definitely stop on red before the actual citations begin,” Ray Douglas, Millington police chief, said in a written statement. “This is a public safety program, and our goal is to deter red-light runners and prevent collisions resulting from these violations.”