Red-Light Camera Confusion Has Some Nassau County Motorists Demanding Warning SignsSome drivers who claim continued confusion say red-light camera warning signs must be made into law.
Red Light Camera Intersection On Long Island Causes Confusion, AngerThe newest red light camera intersection at Route 106 and Northern Boulevard is causing confusion in Nassau County due to a stop sign and limited visibility.
School Bus Drivers Racking Up Red Light Camera Violations, AG SaysNew York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman's office uncovered nearly 1,500 red light camera violations in two counties over three years.
Suffolk County Legislator Criticizes Red Light Camera ProgramRobert Trotta claims the county has been improperly reporting statistics involving red light traffic cameras in what he calls a money grab.
Report Shows Drop In Revenue From L.I. Red-Light Cameras, More Rear-End Crashes In Suffolk CountyLong Islanders awoke Tuesday to a new report on controversial red-light cameras.
Nassau County Legislators Approve $55 Traffic Ticket Fee, Despite OppositionNassau County legislators voted to approve the additional $55 traffic violation fee, which is significantly less than the $105 fee originally proposed.
Report: Red Light Camera Revenue Down 8 Percent In Nassau CountyRevenue from red light camera tickets is down 8 percent in Nassau County, according to a new report.
CBS2 Exclusive: 'Red Light Robin Hood' Says He Cut LI Camera Cables To 'Save Lives'A Suffolk County man admits has broken the law repeatedly, but he said his actions have all been intended to make a big point about the injustice of red light cameras.
Some Residents Calling Man Accused Of Covering Up Red Light Cameras A 'Hero'A Long Island man was arrested Friday and charged with covering up red light cameras in Smithtown.
Man Accused Of Covering Up Red Light Cameras In SmithtownA Long Island man was arrested Friday and charged with covering up red light cameras in Smithtown.
Long Island's 'Red Light Robin Hood' Says He's Planning Next Anti-Camera MoveLast August, the Centereach man posted videos online of himself using a painter’s extension rod to turn several red light cameras in Ronkonkoma toward the sky so they would not catch violators.