QUEENS, N.Y. — Camera enforcement will begin Tuesday on the Jamaica Avenue and Archer Avenue busways in Queens.

It will be in effect 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

The busway pilot project began back in October, designed to speed up service on the corridor, which serves around 260,000 bus riders daily.

Rules for drivers are similar to other busway programs like 14th Street in Manhattan.

Designated areas of Jamaica and Archer Avenue now only permit buses, trucks and emergency vehicles as through traffic.

Other vehicles may enter the busway to pickup or drop off passengers, but must then make the next available turn to exit the corridor.

Drivers could face fines between $50 and $250 if they don't comply.