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California Study Exposes Myth Of Lockdown Superspeeding
University of California traffic data show crashes down during virus lockdown. Motorist speeds remain the same.
France, Italy: Speed Cameras Vigilantism Slows
French government sees steep drop in photo ticket profit from vigilante action in 2019. Only a handful of cameras were attacked last week in Europe.
New York Court Rejects Excessive Red Light Camera Fees
New York county court declares extra administrative fee for red light camera tickets unconstitutional.
France Issues 915,000 Lockdown Tickets To Drivers
France on target to issue a million tickets to drivers traveling without properly endorsed travel papers.
Federal Appeals Court Hears Case About Excessive Red Light Camera Fees
Eleventh Circuit US Court of Appeals hears oral arguments in $29 million case over Florida red light camera fees.
Speed Cameras And Related Art Disappear In France, Germany
Speed camera art exhibit disappears in France. Vigilantes grab a German photo radar unit.
Ohio Appeals Court Restores Class Action Against Speed Cameras
Court of Appeals restores class action lawsuit against the admittedly illegal use of speed cameras in Cleveland, Ohio.
Tolling Industry Wants $9.2 Billion Taxpayer Bailout
France, UK: Widespread Speed Camera Damage Continues
North Carolina Appeals Court Refuses To Hear Red Light Camera Challenge
France, Germany, UK: Speed Camera Attacks Return
Encinitas, California Red Light Cameras Go Dark
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