Monthly Archives: February 2013

Speed Cameras Coming Soon to Annapolis

February 27, 2013 By Kaitlin Carr Annapolis Patch The city of Annapolis announced that the first phase of speed camera installation near local schools will be completed by Friday. The following two school zones have been chosen as the first … Continue reading

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Video Spotlights Newark’s Red Light Cameras

February 26, 2013 By Paul Milo Newark Patch Photo enforcement system saves lives, officials say. The city of Newark has created a video touting the benefits of its red-light photo enforcement system, which officials say has led to a steep decrease in … Continue reading

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Letter: Red-light cameras, safety save lives

February 25, 2013 Arizona Daily Star Every 11 hours, another life is lost on Arizona roads. As president of the Arizona Public Health Association, I understand the critical need to address traffic safety in our communities. For this reason, we … Continue reading

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Red light cameras make Temple Terrace safer, leaders say

February 20, 2013 By Kenneth Knight The Tampa Tribune While the Legislature debates the merits of red light cameras in Tallahassee, Temple Terrace leaders credit the devices with making the city safer. In the five years since Temple Terrace has … Continue reading

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Letter to the Editor: Unsafe Streets

Santa Rosa Press Democrat February 17, 2013 To the Editor: I wanted to comment on how uncomfortable it is to drive in Sonoma County, especially Santa Rosa. Since when do vehicles that have the green light have to wait for … Continue reading

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Editorial: Don’t repeal cameras

Pensacola News Journal February 16, 2013 Leave it to the state Legislature to ignore advice from people in the know. On Thursday, the state House took the first step to repeal the use of red-light cameras in cities. The cameras … Continue reading

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Crashes At Lafayette Red Light Camera Intersections Continue To Decline, According To Report

February 15, 2013 By Nathan Pike 96.5 FM KPEL Traffic crashes at intersections equipped with SafeLight/SafeSpeed cameras continue to decline, according to information provided by Lafayette City-Parish Traffic and Transportation Director Tony Tramel. Since the program started in October of … Continue reading

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