Push to Expand Speed Cameras Mired in Albany Politics

For some, the prospect of any cameras at all seems like a strategy designed to make money off unsuspecting drivers. “They always couch it in safety of some kind, but there are a lot of other ways to have streets be safer,” said Shelia Dunn, a spokeswoman for the National Motorists Association, who said better traffic safety education for children could be part of the solution. “There are lots of ways to handle this, rather than trying to make more money.”

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