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Red light camera in Brick
Red light camera in Brick (Jason Allentoff, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Number of Crashes Double Since Red Light Camera Installation at One Intersection

Assemblyman Declan O’Scanlon is responding to a published article detailing an increase in accidents at an intersection equipped with red-light cameras.

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Red Light Cameras
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NJ Lawmaker Is Newly Suspicious About Red-Light Camera Program [AUDIO]

Like a dog with a bone he refuses to give up, Assemblyman Declan O'Scanlon continues to blast away at New Jersey's controversial red light camera program.

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Red Light Camera
Flickr User Neal Jennings
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NJ’s Red Light Camera Pilot Program A Success No Matter What?

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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Flickr User Sterlic
Flickr User Sterlic
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Red Light Cameras in NJ are Right Even When They’re Wrong

The red light cameras have just gone from the ridiculous to the absurd with this latest story of a ticket reportedly being sent out in error.

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Flickr User Neal Jennings
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Will It Soon Be Illegal to Turn Right on Red? [POLL/AUDIO]

State Senator Shirley Turner plans to introduce a bill that she says will put an end to questions about turning right on red at an intersection equipped with a red light camera.

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Red Light Cameras
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Information Guide on Re-Certified Red Light Cameras in NJ

The following facts regarding Red light Camera tickets have been provided by Steve Carrellas, New Jersey Chapter Coordinator for the National Motorists Association. If you were issued a ticket prior to July 24th or looking for basic rules of the roads, this may help you if you out.

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Governor Chris Christie
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Governor Christie Supports Reforming NJ’s Red Light Camera Program [AUDIO]

Assemblyman Declan O'Scanlon has introduced a bill to extend yellow light times at intersections where red light cameras are operational, and reduce the size of the fines for a red-light camera ticket.

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Red light camera sign in Brick
Red light camera sign in Brick (Chris Swendeman, Townsquare Media NJ)
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NJ Assemblyman Declan O’Scanlon Discusses Red Light Camera Legislature with Jim Gearhart [AUDIO]

With so much talk about the red light cameras in NJ, 13th Legislative District Assemblyman Declan O'Scanlon called into Jim's show this morning to discuss the legislature he is working to amend the rules of the red light pilot program.

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Red Light Cameras
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NJ Red Light Cameras Targeted By New Bill [AUDIO]

If we're not going to completely scrap New Jersey red light camera pilot program, the least we can do is something to fix it.

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Flickr user: Horia Varlan
Flickr user: Horia Varlan
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NJ Red Light Camera Law Fix – Will This Make it Better? [POLL]

If you’ve been holding your breath for red light cameras at 85 New Jersey intersections to go away…well, you might just be able to exhale a little bit…but not all the way.

According to Townsquare’s Kevin McArdle,

Today, Assemblyman Declan O’S

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