Taking a U-turn on Red-Light, Speed Cameras

Have you had it with red-light and speed cameras? You’re not alone; a growing number of states and cities are getting restless too. Several states have moved to get rid of the cameras or squelch their use in local communities as complaints pour in from drivers who think the cameras are there to reap revenue rather than prevent accidents. The use of cameras has never survived a referendum, according to the National Motorists Association, a consumer group. ...

Judge won't put the brakes on New Miami speed camera case

The five-year-old New Miami speed camera case will proceed to a judgment for the estimated 33,000 speeders who say they are owed $3.2 million due to the unconstitutional program. Judge Michael Oster announced today, after a two-hour hearing, that he was unswayed by recent decisions in other court jurisdictions and denied the village’s request that he reconsider a previous decision that found the program trampled speeders’ rights to due process. ...

Apopka's Red Light Camera's Go Dark January, 1 2019

From the Republican Liberty Caucus of Orange and Seminole County, FL: Apopka’s Red Light Camera’s Go Dark January, 1 2019. Thanks to you all, we have a win. Please contact the Commissioners below and thank them all. Alexander Smith, Commissioner - Seat 1, Email: [email protected] Alice Nolan, Commissioner - Seat 2, Email: [email protected] Doug Bankson, Commissioner - Seat 3, Email: [email protected] Kyle Becker, Commissioner - Seat 4, Email: [email protected] Bryan Nelson, Apopka Mayor, Email: [email protected] ...