Monthly Archives: March 2015

PRESS RELEASE: Red Light Running Up 116% In Newark In Three Months After Red Light Cameras Go Dark

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Nick Juliano (312) 768-4798 RED LIGHT RUNNING UP 116% IN NEWARK IN THREE MONTHS AFTER RED LIGHT CAMERAS GO DARK New data provided by the Newark Department of Engineering shows the longer cameras are … Continue reading

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Editorial: Keep the traffic cameras

Statehouse politicians shouldn’t substitute their judgement for that of law-enforcement professionals By Blade Editorial Board March 29, 2015 • The Blade  Statehouse politicians are all for home rule and local control — except when they aren’t. A bad new state law … Continue reading

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Columbus will fight to keep using red-light cameras

By Gary Seman Jr. March 18, 2015 • ThisWeek Community News  Columbus city officials say they plan to file a lawsuit seeking to repeal Ohio Senate Bill 342, which effectively ends the use of red-light cameras. Public Safety Director George Speaks confirmed today, … Continue reading

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LEGISLATURE: Texas senators hope to nix red light cameras

By Stephen Green March 13, 2015 • The Magnolia Potpourri Fourteen state senators, including Conroe’s Brandon Creighton, hope their bill will spell the end of red light cameras in Texas. Creighton is one of the legislators who authored Senate Bill 1340, … Continue reading

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Editorial: Limp laws put brakes on safety

By Amarillo Globe-News Editorial Board March 14, 2015 • Amarillo Globe-News We’ll admit it. We have been caught running a red light by the city of Amarillo’s self-described “traffic signal safety cameras.” It is common knowledge (then again, maybe it is … Continue reading

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