New Jersey drivers may no longer have to worry about out-of-state speed and red light cameras.
Gov. Chris Christie signed legislation Wednesday increasing the fine for failing to keep right or failure to observe traffic lanes.
The sponsor of a measure to reform the system has put it on hold after police and engineering officials called for changes to rules about the duration of yellow lights and the elimination of tickets for failing to make a complete stop before turning right on red.
One New Jersey Assemblyman noticed something when he was pouring over the agreements between municipalities and red light camera operators.
Drivers in the Garden State said they’re facing a problem at red light cameras — not being able to make it through the yellow fast enough.
It’s been a tough go for state approved medical marijuana facilities trying to open in New Jersey.
In several cases, drivers can be seen going through red lights and then slamming on their brakes to avoid a collision with another car.