Red Light Cameras
Drivers have six more reasons to hit the brakes for that upcoming yellow light.
Days after a report concluded red light cameras decreased crashes at most intersections where they are installed, a South Florida lawmaker filed legislation to repeal the law allowing their use.
Law enforcement has bad news for those that despise red-light cameras: they’re likely here to stay.
Drivers fined after they were caught on camera running a red light may be in for a refund down the road.
Red light traffic cameras are automatically documenting violations all over South Florida and generating traffic tickets for drivers who run red lights.
Drivers caught on camera running a red light face a fine of $158. But if you’re a police officer, you may get a pass in some cities.
Drivers in West Park will soon have to slow their roll when they see the light turn yellow. Beginning March 9th, red light cameras will go live at five intersections in the city.
While many motorists loathe the notion that they can be nabbed by a machine and not a cop, the lens we love to loathe appears to be helping solve crimes and prevent many crashes.
Red light cameras have received a green light from a Florida appeals court which has has upheld the right of cities to use cameras to catch and fine motorists who run red lights.
Drivers ticketed after they were caught on camera blowing through a red light in Hallandale Beach before July 2010 will be getting money back from the city.