A newly-renamed company, Conduent State & Local Solutions, has been awarded another five-year contract.
Technical errors in legal challenge allows Seattle, Washington to avoid $10 million in speed camera refunds.
Organizers of a petition drive to have the cameras shut off in Fort Worth say their effort to gain enough signatures to put the issue on a ballot “fizzled,” but they hope the Texas Legislature will take up the issue next year.
Under Texas law, motorists are supposed to stop for school buses that are picking up or letting off students. Buses are equipped with a mechanical arm that extends a stop sign to warn drivers.
[L]ooking at the bigger picture and because we did go through this last year and extended that program as opposed to a millage rate increase.
Welcome to a world where Juggalo makeup is your best shot at avoiding involuntary surveillance.
Federal court orders Tennessee to come up with a plan to restore licenses to motorists deprived of their right to drive for failure to pay court debt.
Black neighborhoods are hit hardest by automated traffic enforcement in D.C., according to a recent D.C. Policy Center report.
Washington, DC has been using speed cameras for more than a decade, but traffic safety has not improved.