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Government Report Calls For Clarity On Automobile Privacy
Government Accountability Office report reviews privacy implications of connected automobiles and what federal agencies are doing about it.
US Border Patrol Sets Up New Hampshire Roadblocks
Federal roadblock set up 100 miles from Canadian border in New Hampshire creates massive traffic jam.
North Carolina Tests Intersection Crash Reduction Tech
North Carolina officials conclude that dynamic all-red interval system reduces accidents without the need for red light cameras.
Belgium, China, France: Speed Cameras Manipulated
No tickets were issued from several speed cameras in Belgium, China and France last week.
California Residents Fight Back Against Road Diets
Los Angeles, California residents strike back against Vision Zero.
North Carolina Supreme Court Upholds Stopping Drivers Without A Violation
Driving safely within your lane can still result in a traffic stop, the North Carolina Supreme Court ruled last week.
Indiana: Federal Judge Strikes Down Car Seizure Law
US district court judge finds Indiana car seizure law to be unconstitutional.
Iowa Supreme Court Hears Speed Camera Due Process Complaints
California Town Sticks With Embattled Red Light Camera Vendor
New Mexico: Federal Judge Slaps Down Implausible Traffic Stop
France, Luxembourg, Malaysia: Speed Cameras Removed From Service
Arkansas Speed Trap Town Demands Right To Issue Tickets
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