Monthly Archives: January 2013

Falls Church first in Northern Va. to use cameras to ticket drivers who don’t stop for school buses

January 30, 2013 By Tom Jackman The Washington Post It’s illegal in Virginia to drive past a school bus while it is picking up or discharging students, not to mention very dangerous. But who could consistently enforce such a law? … Continue reading

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Traffic Safety Coalition Releases School Bus Safety Video

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 29, 2012 CHICAGO – As part of a national awareness and education campaign to increase school bus safety, the Traffic Safety Coalition (TSC), a national not-for-profit organization committed to making roads safer for drivers, passengers, cyclists … Continue reading

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Editorial: Goal of red-light camera monitoring is driver safety

January 25, 2013 By the Knoxville News-Sentinel Editorial Board The likelihood of a red-light camera coming to a heavily traveled intersection near you depends on the number of wrecks at that location. Police monitoring of those intersections helps keep up … Continue reading

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Insurance Institute for Highway Safety Confirms Benefits of Red Light Cameras in New Study

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 24, 2012 CHICAGO – The Insurance Institute of Highway Safety (IIHS) released a new study confirming the benefits of red light cameras. Researchers found red light running rates declined at intersections equipped with cameras in Arlington … Continue reading

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Editorial: Commission should stop plan to remove cameras

January 24, 2012 By the Naples Daily News Editorial Board Naples Daily News When the new Collier County Commission took over, change was in the wind. The new board not only elected a new chairman a month early, but decided … Continue reading

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