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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