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Duke University Increases Control Over Red Light Camera Company
Duke University and allies increase their control over photo ticketing vendor Redflex Traffic Systems.
Bulgaria: Speed Cameras Speared
A pickax was used against a speed camera in Sofia, Bulgaria last week.
Louisiana: Black Motorist Beaten For Pulling Over In Safe Location
Waiting to pull over in a safe, well-lit location resulted in police beat down for a black motorist in Shreveport, Louisiana.
Trump Administration Will Shut Down Highway Greenhouse Gas Rule
Federal Highway Administration proposal rejects shift in focus on global warming in favor of fighting dirty tailpipe emissions.
Oklahoma Tries Insurance Ticketing Cameras Again
District attorneys in Oklahoma sign contract to use automated ticketing machines to generate $44 million in revenue.
Colorado, France, Germany, Italy, Latvia, Switzerland: Speed Cameras Disabled
Speed cameras all across Europe fell to vigilantes last week while a photo radar van was taken out in an accident in Denver, Colorado.
California Lawsuit Against ATS, Hertz Goes To Trial
Photo radar vendor ATS and car rental firm Hertz go to trial to defend against fraud charges brought by the city of San Francisco, California.
France, Germany, Italy, UK: Speed Cameras Disabled
Federal Cash Promoted Rhode Island Ticket Quotas
Ohio Supreme Court Rescues Speed Cameras Once Again
Delaware Judge Denies Right To Appeal Photo Tickets
Pennsylvania: Audit Shows Motorist Cash Funds Lavish State Salaries
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