If only speed limits were the end of it. But they're not. Blundering into ever-expanding low-traffic neighbourhoods (fine), congestion zones (fine) or emissions zones (fine); bus lanes that suddenly rear out of the side of the road (fine); yellow box junctions set up like fiendish games of chance (fine) -- it can all seem like a confusing, infuriating lottery in reverse.
The city of Albuquerque is installing security cameras in an effort to protects its new speed cameras. After some of the city’s speed cameras have been vandalized and even stolen, the Albuquerque Police Department says the plan is to install surveillance cameras to keep tabs on select speed cameras around the city.
A battle is brewing between New York and New Jersey lawmakers over New York City's newly launched 24/7 speed cameras—and the political squabble could lead to costly fees for commuters traveling between the two states.