New Jersey's leading anti-red light camera crusader says HD videos taken at several red light camera intersections all over the Garden State show yellow light times are shorter than they should be, which is leading to more red light camera tickets being issued.
The leading legislative critic of New Jersey's controversial red-light camera pilot program is hopping mad, after trying, without success, to get red-light camera data from Edison Township for the past two months.
An agreement to partially refund some New Jersey drivers for fines they paid as a result of the red light camera program is on hold until a final 'approval of settlement' hearing that is scheduled for September 12th.
The New Jersey lawmaker leading the charge to do away with the Red Light Camera Pilot Program wants the head of the Assembly Transportation Committee to post a bill he's sponsoring to increase yellow light times and to do away with right-on-red tickets.
In its new report on the effect of red light cameras in New Jersey, the state Department of Transportation concluded it is too early to tell if the program is increasing safety on the roads. A strong opponent of the cameras had a different reaction to the report.
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