11/21/2017Oklahoma Tries Insurance Ticketing Cameras Again
District attorneys in Oklahoma sign contract to use automated ticketing machines to generate $44 million in revenue.
After a seven year hiatus, the attempt to use cameras to issue automated tickets for lapsed automobile insurance policies is back in Oklahoma. The Swedish photo radar firm Sensys Gatso announced earlier this month that it had landed the contract to run the program, which is expected to begin generating revenue in the second quarter of 2018.
Under Oklahoma's new plan, stationary and vehicle-mounted license plate cameras will photograp ...
11/20/2017Colorado, 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.
11/17/2017California 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.
11/16/2017Ohio Lawmaker Takes Another Shot At Speed Cameras
Ohio legislation would once again take aim at traffic cameras by eliminating the profit motive and allowing tickets to be contested in court.
11/15/2017California Supremes: Church Not Responsible For Jaywalking Parishoners
California Supreme Court says a property owner is not liable for hazards on nearby public streets.