I'm new, so I'm not really sure what the general protocol is for identifying new traffic cameras. I used the web form, but I see a lot of people posting new cameras in this forum. So, I'll do that too.
Rockville, Maryland is adding four new speed cameras according to the follow source, which I've found very reliable in the past: http://www.rockvillecentral.com/2009/06/rockville-adds-four-...
I just heard on the evening news that the city of Huntington Beach, in Orange County California will not be installing Red Light Cameras in this city as it was initially planned to happen, reasons had to do with budget cuts and Chief of Police stated that more concern had to do with with drunk driving etc.etc and HB had officers on foot to take of these issues.
I down loaded several POI into my NUVI 660, I used the POI loader but I can't open them up in my Garmin. How do I load these POI so they will work.
I have a question about how your location notifies you of red light cameras. Here in Austin they have signs posted at the intersections that the intersection is monitored by an red light camera. Does every local do this or is just Austin?
I was listening to the news on the way in to work this morning and they said that there will be more cameras on the Phoenix streets and that not only will they snap a pic of you speeding on green or running redlights now, they will also start ticketing for no seatbelts, cracked windshields and expired tags.
I'm used to the old boxy cameras 1/2 way up the block and mounted low, as far as red light and speed cameras are concerned.
A few months ago there was talk of including the location of red light cameras in the alert i.e. RLC Main & 4th. I have looked from time to time but haven't seen it happen. Did I miss something?
Currently I know there is a camera somewhere ahead within 1/4 mile.
EAST ST. LOUIS, Ill. (AP) - Speeders across the Martin Luther King Bridge at East St. Louis, beware. Cameras soon could be watching you if some lawmakers have their way. The Illinois House on Tuesday passed a measure calling for cameras that would automatically snap photos of speeding motorists on the Mississippi River span linking East St. Louis to downtown St. Louis.
Photo radar: What you need to know in Quebec.
Some exerpts from a news report from Montreal.
Link at the bottom for more.
Since Tuesday, there are 15 photo radar and red-light cameras in Quebec, six of them in the Montreal region.
How do they work?
Nicole Ste. Marie, spokesperson for Transport Québec, explains the procedures:
How do I know the cameras are there?
Looked up online that the speed cameras and red light cameras, approved for Rochester, NY, in early April, were supposed to start being installed right after that approval.
Anyone know of any of the locations?
As of today Montreal and some outlying cities will be issuing Photo Radar and Redlight tickets.
Easy bucks for the province!!
My home paper details discussions of city officials discussing the need for red light and speed cameras.
Hopefully they will place this on a ballot this fall, but with tax income shrinking. they would be a profit generator for the city, and some voters my think its a good idea.
Nassau County NY Legislature announced today its list of 50 new red light cameras to be installed. They say they will be placed on high risk intersections and bring in 4 million in revenue. I have the list of intersections and will create new poi files today to be uploaded to the red light file. All cameras are expected to be operational by the end of september.
I was driving from the Walgreens(Store# 5638) on Reiserstown Rd to the Walgreens(Store#7573?) on York Rd through Northern Parkway.
I was in the Chicago area this week, southern suburbs and was surprised how many red light cameras were not in the POI redlight camera files. The Chicago locals need to rally and get the files updated.
I was just wondering how often the people here are running red lights? Is this just like the George Carlin joke?
How often do you run red lights? Is it a monthly accident, weekly or god forbid daily?
Why not treat every light like it has a camera and you should be ticket free.
This morning, AZCentral reports that close to 2/3 of the camera activations actually make it to tickets being issued.
I don't currently have access to the red light camera file, and am considering subscribing.
Can anyone tell me what the latest updates to the Chicago red light database were? I know the city is currently installing the new cameras like crazy. I was driving south on Irving Park a few days ago and saw a new camera being put up on Irving Park/Pulaski.
I live in the Baltimore area. We have several bridges and tunnels that require tolls and have EZPass lanes. I recently got a letter in the mail stating that I had been observed exceeding the speed limit in the EZPass lane and further infractions would result in a loss of my EZPass privileges for a certain amount of time.
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