Is a good website to visit.
If you are opposed to Red Light Camera, this site will certainly reinforce your belief. Preaching to the converted...
I hope more people will catch on.
But you can always read "The Truth". It's being served in very interested way. Like here:
Last month, a group calling itself the National Coalition for Safer Roads (NCSR) obtained a great deal of exposure for red light cameras through the "National Stop on Red Week" publicity campaign. Several police departments around the country participated, with most news reports treating the issue as a public service announcement. Documents show the group coordinating this effort, NCSR, is controlled exclusively by the photo ticketing firm American Traffic Solutions (ATS).
Or like here:
...ATS was equally generous in inviting municipal employees from across the country to attend a complimentary seminar in Arizona discussing "tips and tricks for speaking with the media" regarding red light cameras and "when to panic, when to relax" regarding efforts in the state legislature to restrict automated ticketing. Airfare, lodging and wages during such events is considered official business and paid by taxpayers. ATS picked up the rest of the tab, for which municipal employees expressed gratitude...
But than, it's for a grater good after all, isn't it?
Please follow LA's lead in this. Cameras do not make the streets safer, especially when you ticket people who inch out on right hand turns.
Best not let your co worker borrow the rental car!
Before cities look for another way to gain automated revenue.
I expect EZPass time/distance calculations to eventually be used for speeding tickets.
As in: "Your EZ Pass was at Point A at x o'clock and Point B at y o'clock. Points A and B are z miles apart. For the elapsed time between Points A and B of your EZ Pass on x/y/zz, your average speed was x mph. Therefore your EZPass was speeding. Pay the fine. No Points. Thank you."
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