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OPINION: Latest travel data show why induced demand remains just a theory
Commentary by Mariya Frost, Washington Policy Center, argues the drop in traffic from the COVID-19 virus exposes holes in the induced demand theory.
France: Lockdown Profit Replaces Lost Speed Camera Cash
The French government turns virus crisis into a source of profit with tickets for non-essential travel.
Florida: Federal Judge Scolds Cops For Inventing Imaginary Traffic Offense
Judge says Fourth Amendment has no meaning if motorists can be pulled over for failing to stop at the stop bar of an intersection with no such bar.
Red Light Camera Company Profits Crash During Pandemic
Worldwide virus lockdowns threaten the financial viability of red light and speed camera companies.
French Government Cracks Down On Motorists During Pandemic
French government cracks down on motorists during coronavirus, while vigilantes resume anti-speed camera operations.
Federal Judge Reaffirms Right To Flip Off Virginia Cops
Federal judge overturns jury verdict that had exonerated a cop enraged by a passenger who flipped him off.
Motorists Sue Over DC Speed Camera Trap
Federal class action lawsuit filed over Washington, DC speed camera operating behind a single, hard to see speed limit change sign.
North Carolina Appeals Court Refuses To Hear Red Light Camera Challenge
France, Germany, UK: Speed Camera Attacks Return
Encinitas, California Red Light Cameras Go Dark
Kentucky: Federal Judge Asked To Overturn Virus Scare Driving Ban
France: Speed Cameras Burned, Painted
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