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6/24/2015
Photo Enforcement Industry Consolidates In Europe
Sensys of Sweden merges with Gatso of The Netherlands to form European photo ticketing giant while Redflex shrinks.
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6/19/2015
Red Light Camera Corruption Probe Brings Guilty Plea In Ohio
Ex-US head of Redflex Traffic Systems admits conspiracy to bribe officials in Cincinnati and Columbus, Ohio.
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5/29/2015
Tennessee And Texas: Traffic Camera Industry Blocks Automated Ticketing Reform
Tennessee limits new cities from installing new speed cameras. Texas Senate passes measure to limit new red light cameras.
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3/23/2015
Redflex US Chief Calls It Quits
Head of US operations for Redflex Traffic Systems announces his resignation in the wake of major legal and financial woes.
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3/5/2015
Redflex Profit Plunges 414 Percent
Corruption investigation cuts Redflex profit by 414 percent this year.
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2/6/2015
Red Light Camera Profits Continue To Tumble
Turn of US public opinion against photo ticketing brings financial woe to Redflex Traffic Systems.
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1/9/2015
Red Ink Mounts At Redflex
Growing anti-photo enforcement movement will cost Redflex 12 percent of expected revenue this year.
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