This is a newscast from Cleveland,OH about a paid POI GPS site for red light cameras. The Cleveland Police spokesman says they are in favor of these, unlike other cities which says they are "sneaky". They also interview the driver who got two speed camera tickets within minutes of each other.
I was in Palo Alto recently with my TomTom 125 and the red light camera file from 4/15/09.
Near Shoreline & El Camino Real three consequtive red light camera alerts went off. I looked real hard to see if I could spot any cameras and couldn't see any.
Carl Edwards, NASCAR driver, while on his way to race at Phoenix International Raceway got nabbed by a speed camera.
Nobody is exempt.................
We were driving in Cape May, NJ, and innocently came upon one of those "your speed" and speed limit radar units. It was more of a large readerboard. Anyway, after showing our speed, it then said, "Photo Radar in Use."
Hello, I'm new here. So be gentle, please!
Anyway, how accurate are those POIs for speed cameras? Are speed traps included?
Doe anyone know of any data that would suggest redlight cameras cause accidents? I am back working in Chicago and they are all over the place! And I find myself accelerating through them if I think it is a stale green or jammin on the brakes at the 1st sight of yellow conveniently relocating everything in my car from the seat to the floor! This is really getting anoying!
Anyone here from Chicago?
I was driving on 88 East, near Aurora, IL, when I saw a sign on the median that read "Speed enforced by photo - automatic system" or something like that. My GPS with the latest photo radar file did not go off, and I drove on for 3 miles without seeing any photo radar cameras.
I am new to adding the speed camera POI's to my Garmin 650 and quickly noticed that the ones that I pass regularly are not very accurate. What I mean is that when putting the coordinates into Google Maps it puts it in the middle of the freeway and/or a noticable distance from the actual camera.
In Tempe, Ive noticed a mobile cam on east bound Curry Rd near Mill Ave.
But the weird thing is, the warning sign was VERY small to notice; unlike the ones I ve seen before which are big (atleast as big as other signs on the road.)
Here he a picture of the sign
Any one knows if it is legal in Tempe to use such a small sign?
How about this:
There is a new redlight camera in the bronx, NY.
cross streets are prospect ave. and boston road on the southwest corner.
I looks like it's going to happen in June ... speed cameras to Iowa's
I-380 in/near Cedar Rapids.
A local lawmaker in suburban Cleveland is apologizing for e-mailing colleagues a sexually explicit photo in a joke about traffic camera pictures.
From Wall Street Journal:
Have the red light/speed cam files been updated recently? Just downloaded the zip file and noticed the files are still dated 3/25.
There have been updates since 3/25 and it's unusual to see no changes in the file size.
Am I doing something wrong?
we'll have to figure out where they all get placed and throw them in the POI database.
Below is the web address of one of the vile companies working collecting money for cities in Illinois.
Location 400 EISENHOWER LANE NORTH, LOMBARD, ILLINOIS, 60148 41.8412348, -88.0233211
Tempe to install signs to warn of photo enforcement:
With nearly 75 percent of Tempe's photo-radar citations coming from two cameras on Rural Road between Rio Salado Parkway and Sixth Street the campus strip has built a reputation as a speed trap.
*sighs* more work for me.. yay.
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