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Calls To Shut Down Speed Cameras Around The World Over Coronavirus
Jurisdictions around the world last week began reducing the use of speed cameras in light of the pandemic.
Illinois: Federal Lawsuit Takes On Towing For Profit
Lawyer takes on car confiscation for profit in Chicago, Illinois.
Washington Judge Reinstates Vote To Lower Car Taxes
Washington state judge reverses course and allows most of Initiative 976 to take effect, lowering car registration fees to $30.
Belgium, France, Italy: Speed Cameras Attacks Slow
Attacks on speed cameras slow worldwide as Covid-19 virus cases multiply.
UK Council Admits Ultimate Goal Is Banning All Cars
A British multi-city authority introduces plan to ban private ownership of automobiles by 2041.
Federal Appeals Court Upholds Papers Please Roadblock
Fourth Circuit US Court of Appeals says roadblocks for the sole purpose of checking driver paperwork are constitutional.
Illinois Traffic Signal Consultant Charged With Bribing State Senator
Third person indicted in federal red light camera bribery investigation.
OPINION: Latest travel data show why induced demand remains just a theory
France: Lockdown Profit Replaces Lost Speed Camera Cash
Florida: Federal Judge Scolds Cops For Inventing Imaginary Traffic Offense
Red Light Camera Company Profits Crash During Pandemic
French Government Cracks Down On Motorists During Pandemic
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