Category Archives: Editorials/Op-Eds

Cameras that hold traffic violators accountable save lives

7/11/2015 NJ.com Letter to the Editor: Cameras that hold traffic violators accountable save lives Stopping at a stop sign should not be a controversy, especially when we’re asked to stop to allow for kids to safely board or leave the bus. … Continue reading

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Colorado police chief: Red flag on new state photo-camera measure

As a police chief who works daily to keep the citizens of Greenwood Village safe, I’d like to underline my support for the traffic safety cameras we use and lay to rest any doubt over whether this technology saves lives … Continue reading

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Guest Commentary: Curtailing photo traffic enforcement will put residents at risk

5/29/2015 By Paul and Sue Oberhauser Two bills that seek to ban and/or eliminate photo-enforcement camera programs across the state have been passed by the Colorado General Assembly and are now sitting at Gov. John Hickenlooper’s office. We write to … Continue reading

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Letter to the Editor: Red-Light Cameras

4/24/2015 I support traffic safety cameras and oppose bills being considered by the Legislature to eliminate their use. As a nurse and an injury prevention/trauma outreach coordinator for a level 1 trauma center, I know that motor vehicle crashes are … Continue reading

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Letters to the Editor: Red-light cameras work and people slow down because of them.

4/22/2015 Texas recently ranked second in the country for most red-light fatalities. This new report comes out at the same time at least 15 red-light camera bills are being considered over the next couple weeks by legislators to ban or … Continue reading

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