Governor Chris Christie today has decided to suspend most of the Red Light Running Automated Enforcement Program (RLR) until towns in the pilot program can certify that the timing on the yellow light signal conforms to the prescribed statute.
If you think red light cameras are about public safety, consider the latest numbers coming out of Jersey City. At just one intersection, Kennedy Boulevard and Communipaw Avenue, red light cameras generated $1,700,000
State Senator Mike Doherty has introduced a bill to ban municipalities from using red light camera systems which detect violations of traffic control signals and automate the process of issuing tickets to drivers.
CONVERSATION TOPIC: Money Grab or Safety Measure? Tell Us What You Think Brick Township is another one of Jersey's towns to install red light cameras at several intersections as part of a pilot project, but there remains a concern that the cameras do more to bring money into towns than keep people safe.
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