Red Light Camera
In a case stemming from a rental-car driver running a red light in 2012, the city of Fort Lauderdale urged the Florida Supreme Court this week to overturn a ruling that found part of a red-light camera law unconstitutional.
The Florida Supreme Court this week declined to hear an appeal in a potentially far-reaching case about the way local governments administer red-light camera programs.
Following Fort Lauderdale’s decision to suspend its red light traffic program, city commissioners decided Tuesday they want to find a way to keep it.
An appeals court Wednesday ruled that a rental-car driver’s constitutional rights were violated because she did not receive the same treatment as other motorists nabbed by red-light cameras.
On Wednesday, an appeals court said the city of Hollywood violated state law by relying on a private company to issue traffic citations to red-light runners.
Red-light cameras won’t be turned off in Florida this year.
The key House proponent of eliminating red-light cameras ended his effort Monday to prohibit the installation of new cameras across the state.
A Florida legislator has filed a bill aimed at putting the brakes on Florida’s red-light camera law.
After nearly a month of delays, Miami commissioners voted Thursday to move forward with a plan that expands their red light camera program.
Starting Monday, drivers have a new, less expensive option to fight red light camera tickets. But don’t celebrate too soon, because the existing laws are also getting tougher on some drivers.