Whether you are in favor of them or not, more and more red light cameras are going up in South Florida. For cities, the state and even the camera manufactures, the record number of cameras has turned into record profits. South Florida’s cameras are the most lucrative in the state. In a CBS4 investigation we learned some drivers are being taken for a ride.
The Florida Supreme Court has agreed to hear arguments about the legality of local red-light camera ordinances.
Carlos Gimenez, Junior is recovering from a head injury and a concussion following a late night car crash last week.
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.
Keeping South Florida drivers safe at busy intersections, without the use of controversial red-light cameras, is on the agenda for Miami-Dade County Commissioners Tuesday.
Keeping South Florida drivers safe at busy intersections, without the use of controversial red-light cameras, will be on the agenda for Miami-Dade County Commissioners on Tuesday.
The town of Davie is expected to decide this week if they will go forward with their red light camera program.
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.
Red light cameras at two busy Coral Springs intersections are now ‘live’.
A double standard has led a Broward judge to rule that police can no longer ticket drivers caught running red lights.