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Red Light Cameras Attract More Opposition [AUDIO]

First Brick, now Pohatcong. The most vocal critic of red light cameras says this could be a sign of more opposition in the future.

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Red Light Cams Criticized by Pohatcong Mayor

The mayor of Pohatcong Township, Warren County, announced Tuesday that his town will not be renewing its contract for red light cameras, and he urged the state to do away with the controversial program altogether.

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Report: Red-Light Cameras Reducing Crashes

State Transportation Department officials have found fewer crashes at intersections equipped with red-light cameras in New Jersey.

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Red light camera at Route 22 and 122 in Pohatcong (WFMZ TV)
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South Plainfield’s Stand Against the Scam Rally [AUDIO]

John Day, one of the organizer's of Saturday's upcoming 'Stand Against the Scam' rally called in to discuss the upcoming event.

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Poll Finds Waning Support for Red Light Cams [AUDIO]

A new poll indicates a majority of New Jersey drivers still support the use of red light cameras. But their numbers are shrinking.

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Red light camera sign in Brick (Chris Swendeman, Townsquare Media NJ)
Red light camera sign in Brick, NJ (Chris Swendeman, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Residents Rally Against Red Light Cameras

Last month, Brick finally removed red light cameras after the town received multiple complaints. Now, other towns are hoping to follow in Brick's footsteps.

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Red light camera at Route 1 and Bakers Basin in Lawrence
Red light camera at Route 1 and Bakers Basin in Lawrence (Dan Alexander, Townsquare Media NJ)
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New Places for Red Light Cameras?

Just when you thought it was safe to go back to an intersection, it seems a at least one state, found a new and inventive way to use red light "scameras" to their advantage.

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Asm. Declan O'Scanlon and Brick Township Mayor John Ducey mark the end of red light cameras in Brick (NJ Assembly Republicans)
Asm. Declan O'Scanlon and Brick Township Mayor John Ducey mark the end of red light cameras in Brick (NJ Assembly Republicans)
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Other Towns Could Kill Red Light Cameras [AUDIO]

Assemblyman Declan O'Scanlon told Townsquare Media he has been in contact with mayors who have shown interest in pulling the plug on their towns' red light cameras, but they haven't yet "pulled the trigger."

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Red light camera at Route 1 and Bakers Basin in Lawrence
Red light camera at Route 1 and Bakers Basin in Lawrence (Dan Alexander, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Red Light Cameras Stop Rolling in Brick

Keeping its promise from earlier this month, Brick Township has stopped the operations of its red light cameras.

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Asm. Declan O'Scanlon (R-Monmouth), Brick Mayor John Ducey
Asm. Declan O'Scanlon (R-Monmouth) joins Brick Mayor John Ducey to announce the end of red light cameras at three township intersections (Townsquare Media)
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Brick Scraps Red Light Cameras [POLL/AUDIO]

Brick Township is pulling the plug on its red light cameras after a review by the mayor found no solid evidence of increased safety.

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