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Red Light & Speed Cameras
Interesting article about signal timing that was used in Maryland. Lengthening the yellow to state minimums cut down on revenue.
Looks like more work will be needed to reign in photo enforcement in Ohio.
Construction worker and driver safety initiative in active work zones—pilot program on limited access highways
SB 172 passed the Senate (45-3) now in the House.
i have the red light cameras loaded on my garmin drive assist 50
when approaching a red light camera it shows the speed as 35 khl when its actually supposed to be 50 .
im assuming i can just edit the .csv file and replace the value .
i used poi loader to load the .csv file , but what folder is it actually installed to on the gps , i selected internal , but i am unable to locate it.
Unfortunately, cameras are making a comeback in Dayton. I think all the old cameras that were turned off are still in place. Hopefully, POI Factory still has a list of those.
I was going to my aunt's house this evening, and there is yellow light at front of me.
Unfortunately, it looks like cameras are returning to Baltimore.
Interesting to see the difference between St. Petersburg and Tampa's experiences with RLCs:
"As state legislators debate the future of Florida's red light cameras, the neighboring cities of St. Pete and Tampa examine the role of traffic infraction detractors in promoting safer streets in their own jurisdictions.
Mar 29 2017
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - The Texas Senate has voted to ban the use of red light cameras in traffic enforcement - nixing tools that had been used to try and stop wrecks at busy intersections.
Florida house voted to abolish red light cameras in the state
Today, I saw two cars blow a school bus' reds when it clearly had its stop arm out.
I'm up in Toronto for a week, and find the rlcs puzzling. I've never been ticketed, so don't expect it this time either (3 recent trips over 2 yrs).
A news article from Fox News posted just today.
Speed cameras became a cash cow for the small village of New Miami, Ohio.
"A Florida Department of Highway Safety study says crashes INCREASED when red light cameras were present so lawmakers are talking about a statewide ban on them."
Back on January 9th, 2017, the City of New Orleans began doubling the number of enforcement cameras in use, deploying the first of ~45 new cameras.
Yesterday we were stuck in a backup due to a wreck caused by ice on the interstate. This pickup with NY tags passes everyone at about 50 mph on the shoulder, only to reach the wreck and to be told to back up by a trooper.
My wife and I thought, busted!
Just a heads up to those in this area.
The cameras and signs are still up, but the contract has ended and it doesn't appear that the city will pursue a new one.
This change in status will be reflected in tomorrow's camera file update.
I wonder what the source of this information is? In my Tampa Bay city it isn't completely accurate....
Quite an interesting article.
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