Red Light Cameras
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.
Red light cameras are getting the green light — again — in Davie.
FT. LAUDERDALE (CBS4) – Drivers caught on camera speeding through red lights in Broward won’t be getting an automatic ‘get out of jail’ free card at court. On Wednesday, however, Judge Steven P. DeLuca, ruled […]
The town of Davie is expected to decide on Wednesday whether they will put the brakes on their red light camera program.
The town of Davie is expected to decide this week if they will go forward with their red light camera program.
Lights, Camera…Fine,.Cameras at nearly a half a dozen Coral Springs intersections set to catch drivers who run red lights began snapping pictures on Monday.
It could be lights out for red light cameras in Davie. That’s because town leaders want a formal vote on cancelling the camera contract at next Wednesday’s council meeting.
Miami Mayor Tomas Regalado unveiled his 2012 budget that has to fill a $54 million deficit. In order to fill the hole, Regalado proposed to furlough the city’s work force for more than a month, according to CBS4 news partner the Miami Herald.
Red light cameras were supposed to be a combination of watchdog and cash cows for cities that installed them. But, it turns out that cities like Miami which counted on millions in fines are out of luck.