I have provided a link to a recent article in USA Today regarding cities installing red light cameras just to raise money.
In Florida being dead is not a good excuse.
Not sure if I worded the topic very well. I can't find the answer via search.
I'm driving on the Long Island Expressway. I don't need to hear an alert every time I'm near a RLC on the service road.
Is there some kind of option that might help. The warning would be helpful if I was going to be exiting but not if I'm staying on the Long island Expressway.
Just this past Saturday morning while driving through Tampa at 5:30 am on the way to host the radio show I co-host from time to time, I came up on a new red light camera that shot photos and had warning signs, but did not show up on my GPS with the latest file from here.
This is a story my newspaper The Ledger posted this morning on a Polk County Judge's ruling about a red light camera lawsuit against the city of Haines City and there red light camera citations.
County Judge: State Laws Nullify 9 Red-Light Tickets for Haines City Defendants
Evidence must be qualified, and judge ruled that in some cases, it is not.
By Jeremy Maready
Original title: What happened to the NYC Speed Camera post?
I was about to reply to it with a couple of links and it disappeared...
Communities in Illinois can not install speed cameras. Hizzoner & a spokesman are concerned about safety of the citizens. The mayor wants the legislature to pass a bill allowing the cameras.
I heard on the news today the city of Brooksville which is not far from Tampa, will be installing red light cameras early next year.
I will post more information when I hear more about them.
I looked at the file and it is very inaccurate. I looked at Rochester NY where there are 17 cameras. Since the input is by users and only verified by users they can put in what ever they want. The users are the ones that verify. If there are not enough users to verify then the data is not accurate.
Of the 17 Red Light Cameras we have, they show 11.
Could Your Freeway Pass Soon Be Used to Film You?
The government is not your friend !!
From http://www.wtop.com/?nid=64&sid=2583074 : Mobile speed cameras in Howard County will start issuing warnings to drivers speeding through school zones soon.
The weekly list of speed camera locations can be found on the Howard County web site: http://www.howardcountymd.gov/speedcameras.htm
Voters in Albuquerque, New Mexico turned out in large numbers Tuesday to vote down the use of automated ticketing machines. Nearly 40,000 ballots were cast on an advisory question that City Councilor Dan Lewis placed before voters.
No more for Peoria, AZ (Greater Phoenix)
Philadelphia to install 4 new cameras to catch red light runners.
A new red light camera will be up and running and ready to catch drivers that run red lights at the intersection of Broad and Vine streets at midnight on Monday.
Red light runners will receive warnings until Dec. 2. From that point on, violators will be fined $100.
I just heard on the radio the city of Tampa's new red light cameras go active today October 1st.
There will be a one month grace period where drivers will get a warning. After November 1st. tickets with a fine of $158.00 will be issued through the mail.
These bastards still make you pay even if you are innocent.
I go down to Florida on holidays twice a year and came across the following which shows all locations for RLC in Broward, Palm Beach & Miami-Dade counties
Starting today, red-light runners face fines instead of warnings on Palm Beach County roads that have new red-light cameras.
The intersections targeted by cameras include: Lantana Road at Jog Road west of Lantana; Palmetto Park Road at Powerline Road; and southbound Powerline Road at Palmetto Park Road, west of Boca Raton.
"Eight cameras were installed by the county over the past month, a number that is expected to reach 25 by the end of the year and 72 by August "
More info in this article on Gazette.net:
This originated in my state (TX):
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