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Red light camera
 
10/21/2020
Fayetteville, North Carolina Red Light Cameras Fail To Cut Accidents
City council report showed that red light cameras in Fayetteville, North Carolina did not reduce accidents.

After five years of use, red light cameras in Fayetteville, North Carolina, have failed to produce the promised reduction in traffic accidents. Since 2015 the city has allowed private vendor Verra Mobility (formerly American Traffic Solutions) to issue automated tickets under a new ordinance, yet the number of collisions climbed where the devices were used. Data released by the city council last week compared collision figures two years prior to installation and two years afterward.
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French speed camera with white paint
 
10/19/2020
Spraypaint Blinds French Speed Cameras
A quick coat of paint across the lens kept several high-volume French automated ticketing machined from issuing tickets.

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Judge Ringland
 
10/14/2020
Ohio Court of Appeals Again Rescues Speed Cameras
Ohio Court of Appeals decision reverses course to save speed cameras from a class action lawsuit in New Miami.

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Burned camera in Trier
 
10/12/2020
France, Germany, Italy: Vigilantes Thwart Government Revenue Estimates
French officials seek rebound in photo radar revenue once virus lockdowns ease, but vigilantes acted last week to prevent that from happening.

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Scofflaw notice
 
10/8/2020
New Orleans, Louisiana Dodges Payment Of $25 Million Owed To Motorists
New Orleans, Louisiana seeks dismissal of federal lawsuit charging it with failure to pay court-ordered refunds to wrongly fined motorists.

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