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The Tennessee General Assembly on Tuesday gave final approval to legislation authorizing the Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) and Tennessee Highway Patrol to ticket motorists on interstate freeway work zones using automated cameras. Although many members in the House and Senate expressed strong opposition to the concept of photo enforcement, the authorization measure passed by [...]

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Chevy Chase Village has claimed incredible safety results from their cameras. And I mean literally incredible. CCV officials told the Gazette that “Collisions in the village are down 70 to 80 percent”. They have repeated similar claims to the press many times. “Where we used to average 12 to 14 collisions a month on Connecticut [...]

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They’re Watching You: The Media Awakens

Under pressure from Chicago’s Daily Herald newspaper, local police in Gurnee are revising promotional materials and presentations to include the fact that Redflex’s automated ticketing machines record video 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. CameraFRAUD has reported on the far-reaching capabilities of the so-called photo radar / enforcement cameras since its inception, including [...]

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Mad about speed cameras? Try not speeding

Gov. Martin O’Malley signed some pretty controversial bills Tuesday, but probably none will draw as much attention as his approval of a measure allowing speed cameras near schools and highway construction zones around the state. A referendum drive is already under way to repeal the legislation, and according to Laura Smitherman’s article, organizers have about [...]

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