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2/25/08
Motorists Not Convinced by Federal Tolling Push
Federal Highway Administration study of motorist attitudes finds extreme skepticism toward congestion taxing.
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10/3/07
UK: Kids Learn to Use Speed Cameras in Primary School
UK primary school students given speed cameras and tasked to spread an approved road safety message throughout the school.
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2/12/07
New Mexico Spends Gas Tax Dollars on Bathroom Ads
New Mexico launches a talking urinal cake advertising campaign to promote an anti-DUI campaign.
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7/21/06
UK: Top Speed Camera Cop Starts Blogging
Top UK traffic cop starts a blog to document his ideas on trapping motorists.
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6/20/06
Illinois: Governor Campaigns Through $15k Highway Signs
Illinois Tollway pays nearly half-a-million dollars to promote the name of Governor Blagojevich with signs across the highway.
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2/17/06
UK: Speed Camera Partnership Issues Cheating Brochure
Greater Manchester, UK police issue brochure labeling anyone who attempts to defend against a speed camera ticket a cheater.
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1/15/06
Scotland to Spend $1.1 Million to Sell Cameras to Public
Scotland, UK will spend $700,000 to convince motorists that speed cameras are about safety, not revenue.
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