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Oregon Appeals Court Rejects DUI In A Wheelchair
The disabled are pedestrians not subject to drunk driving charges when they cross the street in a wheelchair according to Oregon court.
Ohio Supreme Court Hears Speed Camera Arguments
Highest court in Ohio hears oral arguments in case that will decide whether the General Assembly can limit the use of speed cameras.
UK: Speed Bumps, Traffic Calming Killed 23 Motorists
Government statistics show traffic calming measures caused 1607 accidents in Great Britain over ten years.
UK, France, South Africa: Speed Cameras Mocked, Diabled
Vigilantes put speed cameras up for sale, burned them and disabled them with spraypaint in England, France and South Africa last week.
Wisconsin Officials Promote Tolling
Wisconsin officials create a roadmap for generating $46 billion in revenue through tolls on existing interstate highways.
Florida: State Report Shows Red Light Camera Accidents Up
Florida red light cameras issued $194 million worth of tickets while fatalities, injuries and crashes increased at camera intersections.
Red Light Camera Company Sued Again For Prevailing Wage Violation
Former American Traffic Solutions electrician says he was cheated out of over $75,000 in wages while working on red light cameras.
France: Vigilantes Spraypaint Speed Camera White
Federal Appeals Court Clears Cops In Prosecution Of Potty Mouth Motorist
Alaska Politicians Seek To Revive Banned Red Light Camera Program
Texas: Lawsuit Battles Toll Road Over Bankruptcy Law Violation
Napa, California Considers Doing Business With Redflex
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