A bill amending Providence’s speed camera program passed in the House Thursday. […] The bill, created by Rep. Bob Craven, amends the authorization for municipalities to use speed cameras in school zones. The bill now goes to the Senate for consideration. Read the full article at WPRI.
Providence officials plan to tell Rhode Island lawmakers they would prefer if the state’s school-zone speed camera law included a lower fine for all violations rather than a tiered system that penalizes drivers based on the number of violations they receive. Read the full article at WPRI.
Drivers who were cited by city speed cameras before April 15 will be given a $20 refund on their paid tickets, according to a settlement agreement approved Thursday night by the City Council Committee on Claims and Pending Suits. Read the full article at ProvidenceJournal.
The bill would require first and second-time violators to receive a $50 fine. Third and subsequent offenders will receive $95 fines for each ticket. Read the full article at WPRI.
If you received a ticket from one of Providence’s speed cameras on or before April 15, you are probably eligible for a refund or a reduced fine. Read the full article at WPRI.