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.
When asked if right cameras are there for safety reasons, Shawn Dow from Campaign for Liberty says,
Hear what else Shawn Dow has to say about red light cameras and then share your thoughts and frustrations below
Think NJ is alone in the fight to end red light cameras? Think again. The issues with red light cameras stretches across the country. Towns across America are giving up on the cameras because of their ineffectiveness or their massive cost. Whatever the reason, we've found a list of towns nationwide who are ending their red light camera contracts. Will towns throughout NJ be next?
New Jersey’s red-light camera pilot program is set to expire December 16, 2014 but, according to Assemblyman Declan O’Scanlon’s research, many of the municipal contracts for the cameras extend beyond that date.
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