The suit petitions the city to refund the $100 citation in addition to declaring the red light program is in violation of the state constitution.
The city of Kent, WA collected a record $1.2 million in 2017 from drivers caught speeding by cameras in four school zones.
In the last six weeks, the city has rolled out a new camera-based ticketing system that will result in fines of up to $250 if a commercial vehicle is on an established truck route.
The Boston Police Department has resumed using license plate readers, which can scan thousands of passing vehicles per minute, after it accidentally released a database of scanned vehicles in 2013 and then stopped the practice, according to documents obtained through a public records request.
States up and down the East Coast are taking their first look at charging drivers per mile.
Federal traffic fatality data released last week confirm that drinking, shifting demographics and seat belt use are the factors with the greatest impact on road safety.
A state board's apparent retaliation against an Oregon man who investigated why his wife got a red-light traffic ticket made a national list highlighting outrageous breaches of free speech rights.
When word came down from the Florida Supreme Court that the state's red-light-camera law is perfectly legal, ending years of conflicting state appeals court rulings and a whole lot of confusion, it didn't end criticism of the law.
A Miami circuit judge said he would've dismissed the fine for a driver who was ticketed by a red light camera while trying to get to a hospital emergency room.
Some state lawmakers want to ban the controversial red-light and speed cameras that ticket thousands of motorists a month in Cleveland and more than a dozen other towns in Ohio.