red light camera
Stephen Ruth calls himself the “Red Light Robin Hood.”
A report from AAA claims Yonkers is not adequately explaining why and how the cameras are helping while it collects millions in fines.
Red light cameras recently taken down at intersections around the state generated more than $150 million in fives over five years.
Daniel McCarthy’s house sits at the intersection of Arnold Avenue and Great East Neck Road in West Babylon where, in May, Suffolk County crews installed a red light camera.
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.
“I want people to realize what can happen when someone runs a red light,” Police Chief Paul Morrison said. He released a stunning video of a crash there.
The county estimates that with the additional red light cameras and by processing its own traffic violations they could make some $20 million annually.
The County’s failed to collect $10 million in unpaid red light camera fines as well as $26 million in parking tickets and $44 million in traffic fines.
You know what your GPS device is telling you, but do you know how the company is using that information?
Click … you’re caught. Those red-light cameras are popping up at more and more intersections. And if you’re photographed running a red light you have little recourse but to pay the fine. Right?