What’s Wrong With Red Light Cameras?
Red light cameras are sold to the public as a way for police to catch dangerous red-light runners and protect the public. What they are, in fact, is a way for private companies to make millions by ticketing the public en masse, often for barely perceptible infractions, while violating fundamental civil liberties — with no demonstrable safety benefit.
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- KSDK.COM (St. Louis, MO) | December 3, 2013
Red-light cameras: Legal or not?
- Orlando (FL) Sentinel | December 2, 2013
Gotcha! Red-light cameras nab thousands, but few appeal tickets
- WTVR.COM (Richmond, VA) | December 2, 2013
Questions being raised about new Richmond red-light cameras
- The Express-Times (Lehigh Valley, PA) | December 1, 2013
NJ red-light camera program drawing to a close as critics, supporters continue to make their case
- Sacramento (CA) Bee | November 28, 2013
Sacramento to award controversial red-light camera contract