By CBS3 Staff

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — It looks like drivers are getting the message to slow down on one of Philadelphia’s most dangerous roads. A new report from the Philadelphia Parking Authority shows fewer drivers are getting caught by speed cameras on Roosevelt Boulevard.

According to the PPA, speeding violations are down 91% since the cameras were first turned on a couple of years ago, but the speed camera program is going to expire next year unless the state legislature votes to extend it.

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Two more speed cameras are already in the works.

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They’re being added at the 700 block of West Roosevelt Boulevard and the 5000 block of Roosevelt Boulevard. 

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City leaders have also talked about expanding the cameras to other areas in the city.