Since January 17, drivers caught on camera traveling through Youngstown school zones above the posted speed limits received a warning in the mail. Starting Tuesday, those warnings will be no more.

For the first month of the cameras being installed, warnings were issued, but if drivers are caught beginning Tuesday, February 21, they can expect to pay a fine between $100 and $150 depending on how fast they are driving.

The citations were previously scheduled to begin on February 17, but according to a Facebook post from YPD, this date has been moved to February 21. 21 News confirmed with YPD's traffic department that this is the correct date.

Originally when introduced, the speed laws were set to be enforced until 9:00 p.m., however, this was changed to 6:00 p.m. in mid-January due to criticisms from residents.

Despite no citations being issued yet, previous reports have suggested speeding to be reduced greatly in school zones since the implementation of the cameras.

On the first day of the cameras being installed, Lieutenant Robert Gentile from YPD's Traffic and Accident Investigation Unit told 21 News that over 1,200 warnings were issued in just one day.

A few weeks later, the percentage of drivers speeding in school zones dropped by 65%. 

A complete list of schools with traffic cams installed can be found on the Youngstown Police Department's Facebook Page.