The AZ Department of Public Safety hopes to begin a statewide photo enforcement program in Sept. that would include 100 Systems with 60 stationary speed cameras and 40 mobile speed units. Looks like a lot of updates coming this fall to our site.
I just read that DPS is going to install 100 new cameras in Arizona. Initially, there will be 60 stationary cameras and 40 mobile units. The camreas will be placed at locations determined by high accident histories. Stationary cameras will initially only be installed in Phoenix, but then will later be expanded to Flagstaff and Tucson.
Another Red Light Camera article this time in the Boston Globe and how the state may start to allow them.
I usually start doing my Red light camera research as I get the emails into my inbox.
This week I started my research yesterday so if you submitted a location that is harder to find documentation it will be in next weeks update.
I have lots of locations to research this week and I like to verify them before entering them in.
Thanks for your understanding and patience.
Here is the story that Channel 7 News just ran in Denver.
I have been asked by a local news station to do an interview Tuesday evening (7/15/08) on the use of Red Light Camera POI's.
So I can get an idea as to why some people use them, please post your reasons.
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Here is the link to the news story: http://www.thedenverchannel.com/news/16894716/detail.html
Got a new Zumo 550 and want to download the POI Factory file on Ticket Cameras.
I have already downloaded the Garmin POI loader and have saved it on my computer. I also joined this great forum and went to the POI page to download the ticket camera file. But I do not find any place to download and save it from.
"It soon could get even harder to escape the long lens of city cameras.
Mayor Richard Daley wants to use the devices to snare people who defy signs ordering them not to park curbside on street-sweeping days.
I just wonder that is it illegal to hang GPS under the winshiel?
Is there a listing for the state of Rhode Island?
Is it Georgia state law that intersections with red light cameras be properly marked with signage?
If this is the case, I think the POI Factory Red Light Camera file has intersections in Georgia that do not actually have red light cameras.
I would be happy to contribute to the update of this list if I knew that I would not be providing incorrect information.
Does it make any difference if a ticket camera is a safety device or a revenue producer. If it slows people down and makes them aware of their surroundings it serves a great purpose.SAVING LIVES!!!
I've read on this site about Speed and Red Light Cameras. It might be well worth purchasing that bundle on this site, however I've never heard of any being in my state.
Is there a clear list of states (or cities, or locations) where I could see if it would benefit me to purchase the POI bundle? Thanks.
Volunteer from the Denver CO area for a special project. Please send me and email through my contact form.
It is regarding the cameras in this area.
I’ve had a Garmin GPS for about 8-years now. Our current Nuvi 760 (the wife’s) and my Nuvi 770 (for our European adventures) are the greatest thing I’ve ever seen!
The Arizona Department of Public Safety (DPS) boasted yesterday that it had arrested a Nevada resident based solely on claims made by a speed camera. According to the state police, automated ticketing machines on the Loop 101 freeway snapped photographs of the Ford Mustang belonging to Jennifer Lynne Bitton, 24, on twenty-two occasions.
So the wife and I have noticed that there are a lot more cameras being mounted on top of signals these days.
I can usually tell if the camera is owned by commuterlink...as they are usually on very high poles, and you can access them via a number of ways.
If you are in an intersection during a light change (yellow light), does the camera tag you when the light turns red? I searched the forum but could not find an appropriate answer.
Sad story, however this may be one of the cases where enforcement cameras are an instrument to serve justice.
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