AURORA, Colo. (CBS4)– After voters in Aurora decided to get rid of red light cameras at intersections, the cameras are coming down. Voters cast their ballots in November.

A total of 14 cameras at 10 intersections have been turned off and crews will remove them soon.

A red light camera (credit: CBS)

The Aurora Police Department is reassigning five staff members who worked with those cameras.

The red light cameras generated more than $2 million in fines for the City of Aurora in one year.