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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- WNYT.com (Albany, NY) | February 11, 2015
Reforms proposed for red light camera program
- WFAA-TV (Dallas, TX) | February 11, 2015
Arlington’s red light cameras on the May ballot
- KTVI-TV (St. Louis, MO) | February 10, 2015
St. Peters (MO) mayor defends cost of lawsuit over red light cameras
- KPIX-TV (San Francisco, CA) | February 9, 2015
Number of red light camera tickets at Millbrae intersection jumps from 40 per month to 600
- KEYE-TV (Austin, TX) | February 6, 2015
Texas senator seeks to eliminate red light cameras