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Tag: Red Light Cameras
Using Tech to Keep Communities Safe During New Year’s Eve and Other Mass Gatherings
The ability to move people quickly, both into and out of these large gatherings, can help reduce stress in the environment. Get them out quickly and headed home safely and there is less chance tempers can flare and confrontations arise.
December 26, 2022
Florida Officer Writes Himself a Ticket
A Florida police officer who oversees a red light camera program has written tickets to family, friends and even fellow officers and now he's writing one to himself.
October 25, 2016
AutoPatrol Red Light Camera
American Traffic Solutions Inc. (ATS) offers the single-pole AutoPatrol red-light and speed safety camera solution. AutoPatrol mounts to a single existing pole or to new infrastructure in as little as 90 minutes.
February 29, 2016
San Diego Drops Red-Light Cameras
San Diego became the latest California city to drop red-light cameras at major intersections, as city officials cited public hostility and no measurable decline in accidents.
February 4, 2013
Calif. City Gives Up On Red-Light Cameras
Glendale, Calif., will end red-light enforcement because it had become a burden on police resources with officers reviewing violations in the field.
March 13, 2012
L.A. Times: Eliminating Red-Light Cameras Makes Sense
Following the Los Angeles Police Commission's decision to get rid of red-light cameras in the city, the Los Angeles Times published an editorial endorsing the move because "the evidence in favor of the cameras isn't compelling enough to urge the City Council to keep them running."
June 8, 2011
S.C. Lawmakers Say They'll Pull Plug on Red-Light Cameras
Lawmakers say the system, while a money-maker, amounts to unconstitutional selective law enforcement.
March 27, 2011
Traffic Fatalities Drop In Cities With Red-Light Cameras
Researchers found that in the 14 cities that had cameras from 2004 to '08, the combined per capita rate of fatal red light running crashes fell 35 percent, compared with 1992-96. The rate also fell in the 48 cities without camera programs by 14 percent.
January 31, 2011
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