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The governor calls the plan a "cash grab," claiming New Jersey residents did not have adequate opportunities for input.
The feud between New York and New Jersey stems from a proposed bill in the NJ Legislature that would prevent New Jersey from sharing NJ motorist data with New York when it comes to their red-light camera violations.
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.
A war of words between New York and New Jersey legislators over red light cameras could prove costly to commuters who could be slapped with hefty fees to travel between New York City and the Garden State.
A state lawmaker well-known for his disdain for speed and red-light cameras says he wants to protect New Jersey residents from getting ticketed from other states for those violations.
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.
An appellate court panel has demanded that the New Jersey Turnpike Authority provide evidence that it needs to charge a $50 violation fee for every missed toll.