The company that operates Fayetteville’s red-light cameras has received a warning from state regulators about doing engineering work without a license. “If the company fails to come into compliance, further action may be pursued by the board,” Andrew L. Ritter, executive director of the board of examiners, wrote to the camera operator in November. Read the full article at Fayobserver.com.
Red light camera provider American Traffic Solutions (ATS, now known as Verra Mobility) was cited Thursday for practicing engineering without a license in North Carolina. After conducting an investigation, the North Carolina Board of Examiners for Engineers and Surveyors concluded that the company’s work on public streets setting up red light cameras violated state law. Read the full article at TheNewspaper.com.
The state’s engineering board is investigating whether American Traffic Solutions broke the law by failing to have cameras installed in Wilmington certified by a licensed engineer Read the full article at Port City Daily.
More than a thousand drivers are receiving red light tickets every month in Greenville, six months after the introduction of a new red light camera program that one lawsuit is challenging the legality of. Read the full article at WITN.
Mary Vaitovas was ticketed for running a red light at the intersection of Fire Tower Road and Arlington Boulevard on March 10, according to the suit filed in Pitt County Superior Court. 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. Read the full article at Daily Reflector.