Monthly Archives: March 2013

Cameras boost safety

March 31, 2013 By the Columbus Dispatch Editorial Board A few Ohio lawmakers are looking to strip local governments of yet another method of protecting residents. This time it’s a misguided attack on red-light cameras and speeding cameras. State Reps. … Continue reading

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City, schools working to improve bus stop safety

March 28, 2013 By Emily Canning-Dean Wadsworth Post  WADSWORTH – Both city and school officials are trying to get the word out that motorists are required by law to stop for a school bus that is stopped to either pick … Continue reading

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Letter: How to beat red light cameras: Obey traffic rules

March 24, 2013 By Claude Vann, Orangedale St. Augustine Record To the Editor: I have read much ado from opponents of red light cameras. There is a simple solution: Obey the traffic laws! I have no fear or concerns about red light … Continue reading

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City should be allowed to give speed cameras a try

March 21, 2013 By the Staten Island Advance Editorial Board Installing speed cameras to slow traffic at key locations on Staten Island is a good idea, especially near schools and on streets prone to pedestrian accidents. The city is seeking … Continue reading

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Our View: Red light cameras can help save lives

March 13, 2013 The Norwich Bulletin Editorial Board Norwich, CT – Last year a bill that would have allowed certain municipalities the option of installing so-called red light cameras ran into stiff opposition from civil liberties groups, such as the … Continue reading

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NY City Council to Albany: We Need Speed Cameras to Keep New Yorkers Safe

March 12, 2013 By Kate Hinds Transportation Nation In the wake of several high-profile traffic deaths, key members of the New York City Council are throwing their support behind state legislation that would bring speed cameras to the city. Speed camera legislation has languished … Continue reading

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Need for speed can be deadly

March 7, 2013 By The Intelligencer Editorial Board Speeding on that part of Route 611 that skirts Doylestown — popularly known as the 611 bypass — is nothing new. In fact, many if not most drivers routinely ignore the posted … Continue reading

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