New Jersey's Department of Transportation has notified municipalities with red light cameras that the controversial enforcement devices must be turned off Dec. 16, according to a report by NJ Advance Media.
New Jersey's controversial red light camera pilot program is scheduled to expire in December, and while some legislators are eagerly anticipating the end of the program, other lawmakers are unsure about the future of red light cameras in the Garden State.
One of New Jersey's most vocal opponents of the red light camera program plans to introduce legislation that would protect Garden State drivers from companies who operate red light or speed enforcement cameras in other states.
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