Red Light Cameras Again In Legislative CrosshairsIn what has become an annual debate, a South Florida senator has filed a proposal that would repeal the state's red-light camera law.
Appeals Court Backs Red Light Camera ProgramIn the latest in a series of rulings across the state, an appeals court Friday rejected a challenge to a Pinellas County city's red-light camera program.
Red-Light Camera Refunds At Issue In Court FightA federal appeals court has refused to block part of a lawsuit that seeks to force Florida local governments to refund money to motorists.
Florida Appeals Court Upholds City Use Of Red Light Cameras A Florida appeals court upheld a city's use of red light cameras in order to issue traffic citations and asked for the state Supreme Court to settle the matter.
Florida House Votes To Repeal Red Light CamerasThe Florida House voted on a bill to end the use of red light cameras in the state.
Bill To Shut Down Red Light Cameras Passes Senate PanelA bill that would effectively shut down all red light cameras in the state has passed in the Senate Transportation Committee.
House Panel Approves Turning Off Red Light CamerasA House committee has approved a bill that would bar local governments from using red-light cameras to cite motorists who don't properly stop at intersections.
Worst Red-Light Runners Video Reminds Drivers To Stop On RedThe City of Miami is hoping to educate the public about the dangers of recklessly running red lights with a compilation video of the year's worst offenders.
Senator Wants To Put Brakes On Red Light CamerasSenate Transportation Chairman Jeff Brandes is again trying to shut off all red-light cameras in Florida.
Pinecrest Gives Warning Period For Red Light ViolationsPinecrest has instituted a 30-day warning period for new red light cameras installed at four intersections.
Senator Takes Aim At Red Light CamerasSenate Transportation Chairman Jeff Brandes, a longtime critic of red-light cameras, is expected to propose tightening requirements on local governments that use the traffic devices.
Florida Supreme Court Stands Pat On Red Light Camera RulingRejecting arguments by the city of Aventura, the Florida Supreme Court has refused to reconsider a June ruling which sided with drivers who challenged the local red-light camera ordinances in Aventura and Orlando.

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