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NTSB Urges Government Agencies To Break The Law
Federal agency uses its premier advocacy tool to call for lowered speed limits, more photo radar and lots of speeding tickets.
Virginia Moves To Drop License Suspensions For Overdue Tickets
Legislation passed by the Virginia Senate would restore the right to drive to 626,537 motorists who could not afford to pay traffic tickets.
French Speed Camera Resistance Helped Lower Road Fatalities Nationwide
Destruction of speed cameras in France was accompanied by a 5 percent reduction in fatal accidents throughout the country.
Florida Studies Find No Significant Reduction In Accidents From Red Light Cameras
New study of red light cameras in Miami Beach, Florida fails to demonstrate a clear benefit to red light cameras.
Conservative Groups Push For Tolling Every Road
A letter sent by right-leaning public policy groups wants to replace the gas tax with nationwide tolling on every road.
Spain Deploys Drones For Traffic Enforcement
Traffic agency in Spain supplements speed camera helicopters with drones to lower the cost of aerial ticketing operations.
Iowa Supreme Court Updates Pro-Speed Camera Ruling
Upon petition by Cedar Rapids, the Iowa Supreme Court decides to revise its ruling to favor speed cameras even more.
Virginia Lawmakers Quietly Enact Speed Camera Law
Report: Fewer People Using Cell Phones Behind The Wheel
States Consider Cracking Down On Car Seizures
Iowa Appeals Court Upholds Traffic Stop Of Car That Looks Fast
French Speed Camera Attacks Diminish
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