red light camera
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?