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Rhode Island, France, Saudi Arabia: Speed Cameras Painted
Spraypaint and shopping carts were effective last week is thwarting the use of automated ticketing machines.
UK: London Mayor Spends $1 Billion On Barely Used Cycle Lanes
Bicycling accounts for between one and two percent of travel in London, England, but it receives the most attention from the mayor.
Georgia Court Green Lights Snapchat Speeding Selfie Lawsuit
Georgia Court of Appeals allows injured driver to sue Snapchat for allowing users to take selfies while speeding.
Speed Camera Companies Seek To Reinvent Selves
Redflex and ATS both seek to enter European markets while diversifying their ticketing technology.
Florida Court: No Refund For Illegal Red Light Tickets
Florida Court of Appeal denies relief for motorists who paid illegally issued red light camera tickets in Orlando.
France, Italy: Traffic Cameras Assaults On The Rise
More and more speed cameras are being disabled by vigilantes in France and Italy.
Tennessee Man Sues After Cops Grab His BMW From Garage
Lawsuit challenges police seizure of a 7-series BMW from the garage of a Tennessee military veteran who had committed no offense.
Federal Funds Turn Texas Speed Traps Into Municipal Windfall
New York: Uber Joins Special Interests Pushing For Manhattan Congestion Tax
Iowa Supreme Court Returns To Speed Camera Question
Indiana: Ticket-Fixing Judge Gets Slap On Wrist
France, Italy: Speed Cameras Blinded
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