© Ban The Cams!
The CBS 2 Investigators analyzed city traffic crash data and looked at how many traffic deaths occurred before and after the threshold for issuing tickets was lowered.
The widespread corruption that automated enforcement has instigated since coming to America has cut a wide swath of fraud, bribery, and convictions.
A New Jersey lawmaker well-known for his disdain for speed and red-light cameras says he wants to protect Garden State residents from getting ticketed from other states for those violations.
More people say the city of Chicago is making them pay speed camera or red light camera tickets racked up by thieves who stole their car or plates.
Senate lawmakers voted unanimously to advance to the House a bill that would designate the 18-mile span of the Atchafalaya Basin Bridge as a highway safety corridor.
Instead of providing safety improvements, the speed camera ticketing policy has become a huge cash machine for a city constantly on the financial edge.
Taxpayers could be on the hook to fund the city's speed enforcement camera program if there are not enough speeders getting caught.
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg is using "the phony rise in highway deaths" to "kill cars to save you and me."
Recent data clearly showed most people obeying speed limits in work zones, and speeding was counted as a mere 1 mph above the speed limit, which is absurd. Are speedometers and the cameras that accurate?