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10/3/2004
GAO: Funding of Automatic Red-Light and Speed Enforcement Technologies
This study provides a survey of jurisdictions with active camera enforcement and a detailed account of revenue issues for the five receiving federal funds.

GAO ReportThis study provides a survey of 73 jurisdictions listed as using camera enforcement. It provides a useful list of verified camera programs, then details revenues collected for 5 programs.

317k PDF Format

Article Excerpt:
we agreed to (1) identify local jurisdictions that are using photo enforcement devices—red-light cameras or photo radar (speed cameras)—on federal-aid highways (i.e., roadways eligible to receive federal aid) ; (2) identify local jurisdictions that have received federal funding for photo enforcement; and (3)
determine, for those jurisdictions that have received federal funding, how much revenue their photo enforcement programs have generated and the amount of that revenue received by private contractors.
Source: PDF File Funding of Automatic Red-Light and Speed Enforcement Technologies (Government Accounting Office, 2/21/2003)

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