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Stop Sign Cameras?

 

Yep, well, kind of.

http://secondcitycop.blogspot.com/2010/03/fed-up-yet-chicago...

These are in the Chicagoland area. I guess they don't actually have cameras. They just want people to think there are cameras.

But we will see how long it takes for one of these to catch on!!

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Stop Sign Cameras

In Nassau County NY we don't have these yet, but the red light cameras are all full-motion video cameras. So, if someone is making a right-on-red, a police officer views the video of that later and if the car did not make a complete stop or use the turn signal, they mail a summons. The point is the equipment is ready for stop sign cameras! The other issue is whether there is visibility at the intersection if the car stops behind the stop line - that can't be seen in the video.

dobs108 mad

Stop Sign Cameras?

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Fred

Amen

Amen Brother

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Hopefully this will not

Hopefully this will not become reality.

+1. I guess we have enough

+1. I guess we have enough camera's to deal with!

wow

Wow sounds like they need money to keep the police paid.

No police involved

dobs108 wrote:

In Nassau County NY we don't have these yet, but the red light cameras are all full-motion video cameras. So, if someone is making a right-on-red, a police officer views the video of that later and if the car did not make a complete stop or use the turn signal, they mail a summons.

Cops don't review the video; it's contracted out to a private company (I chatted with someone in the county highway dep't about it).

No Police Involved

Vanderdecker wrote:
dobs108 wrote:

In Nassau County NY we don't have these yet, but the red light cameras are all full-motion video cameras. So, if someone is making a right-on-red, a police officer views the video of that later and if the car did not make a complete stop or use the turn signal, they mail a summons.

Cops don't review the video; it's contracted out to a private company (I chatted with someone in the county highway dep't about it).

I am sure you are right. I repeated what the county legislators told the news media when the controversy over right-on-red started. No official announcement has been made about it since then.

dobs108

Good grief!

What's next, look left then look right cameras?

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