Greenville's red-light camera program was ruled unconstitutional back in March because too little of the money it generates through penalties end up with the local school system, the state Court of Appeals ruled. Now, the Greenville City Council could be set to pull the plug on the entire program.
The company will no longer process payments and all mailings have stopped. Any remaining violations that were issued previously are now null and void, and the vendor isn't answering any calls to the number listed on the back of the notices.
According to the city of Medford, the city's traffic engineer has reviewed all camera enforcement intersections to address concerns about the light timing. As a result, three yellow light timings have been updated from 3.5 seconds to 5.1 seconds.