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ATS’ Newsletter, Vol. 3, Issue 13

February 28th, 2013 Comments off

Chicago Chooses American Traffic Solutions
DNAinfo (Illinois), Feb. 24, 2013

Chicago is one more step closer to having speed cameras on its streets as the city’s Procurement Services Department announced American Traffic Solutions as its chosen vendor. The city’s evaluation committee gave ATS a unanimous recommendation. (Image from

ATS Answers Red-Light Safety Camera Critics
St. Petersburg Patch (Florida), Feb. 28, 2013

The Arizona company that provides red-light traffic cameras for St. Petersburg and more than 70 municipalities around Florida is fighting back against recent attacks on the legality of the technology and its use to catch violators. In a news release, American Traffic Solutions points out five court rulings that have upheld the Mark Wandall Traffic Safety Act, which cleared the way for municipalities to use red-light traffic cameras.

Frisco Activates 4th Red-Light Safety Camera
KDFW TV 4 (Texas), Feb. 27, 2013

The city of Frisco hopes to cut down on red-light runners, and the crashes they may cause by activating the city’s fourth red-light camera on Feb. 28 at an intersection where such collisions have sent 12 people to the hospital.

Court Backs City on Red-Light Camera Issue
KCPQ-TV 13 (Washington), Feb. 26, 2013

The state Court of Appeals on Monday ruled in the city of Monroe’s favor in the case of its red-light cameras and against mandatory advisory public votes, saying such votes overstep the legal powers of the local initiative process, and that state law gives city councils the power to make rules regarding traffic cameras.

Traffic Fines are Lighter in New York
New York Post, Feb. 26, 2013

Red-light cameras have nothing on New York drivers. The devices snagged far fewer drivers in 2012 than the prior year — a roughly 24 percent drop.

Bloomberg: Don’t Complain about Tickets if You Run Red Lights
Capital (New York), Feb. 22, 2013

Radio show host John Gambling was watching television recently when he came across a news segment featuring drivers complaining about red-light cameras. This morning he discussed the segment with his guest, Mayor Michael Bloomberg. (Capital photo by Dave Kliman via Flickr)

How a Red-Light Running Ticket Is Reviewed
Arnold Patch (Missouri), Feb. 25, 2013

Confusion about how Arnold’s red-light cameras operate has drawn a lot of attention in the city. … In its latest bid to explain how the cameras work, American Traffic Solutions, the vendor for Arnold’s red-light cameras, has released a new video on YouTube.

Bus Cameras Show Progress, Illegal Passing Remains a Concern
The Marietta Daily Journal (Georgia), Feb. 28, 2013

Cobb police say that the hidden cameras installed on the sides of county school buses are helping to keep students safe. That assessment is based on the results of a one-day test in January during which district bus drivers kept track of the number of times other drivers illegally passed their buses as they were stopped. See related article from The Marietta Daily Journal. (Marietta Daily Journal photo by Laura Moon.)

School System to Mount Cameras on Buses
WMAZ TV 13 (Georgia), Feb. 25, 2013

A safety initiative to help keep school bus riders safer begins this month in Houston County.  The Houston County Board of Education, Houston County Sheriff’s Office and American Traffic Solutions (ATS) have partnered to address the growing problem of illegal passing of school buses when stopped for students to board or depart the bus.

American Traffic Solutions welcomes Highline Public Schools in Washington as a new client and is honored to announce new changes to its partnerships with the cities of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and Boynton Beach, Florida. Under ATS’ five-year agreement with Highline Public Schools, ATS will provide CrossingGuard School Bus Camera Systems to mitigate the number of cars that illegally pass stopped school buses and endanger students. By council vote, Baton Rouge, an ATS customer since 2007, will extend its contact for another year. In Boynton Beach, an amendment to its 2009 contract with ATS will add red-light safety cameras at five new traffic approaches. ATS looks forward to being a part of the continuing road safety efforts put forth by these three customers.

Get Involved in Saving a Life: Sharing a Tweet is a convenient way to inform others about the dangers of red-light running. Another way is to direct drivers to the ATS YouTube page, where visitors can watch informative videos about road safety camera programs and see the dangerous crashes hundreds of communities are trying to avoid by installing red-light safety cameras. Seeing is believing, which is why ATS invites you to visit our links at the end of this page and share the message to stop on red.

NCSR @SaferRoadsUSA “Going through a red light kills people” – Mayor Bloomberg on wanting to install more red-light cameras.  #StopOnRed

TrafficSAMS @Trafficsams So true! #StopOnRed  #TakeEasyOnYellow  #besafe

Letter: Red-Light Runners Should Be Ticketed in Any Manner Possible
The Ledger (Florida), Feb. 28, 2013

The anti-red-light camera bill is based on the premise that the red-light runners are self-incriminating themselves. Rep. Carlos Trujillo argued that public safety isn’t worth sacrificing constitutional rights. Don’t we, the law-abiding citizens, have a right to safety on the road?

Letter: Red-Light Cameras Vexing, but Legal
The Journal (New York), Feb. 27, 2013

Whether or not you agree with the concept, the cameras are legal. If you follow the traffic laws and drive a little cautiously, it is very easy to avoid being ticketed. I have adjusted my driving habits and have never encountered a problem.

Letter: Red-Light Camera Is Best Solution
The Express-Times (New Jersey), Feb. 26, 2013

I have lived in Pohatcong since 1966 just about a half mile south of this notorious intersection, was rear-ended twice, witnessed many accidents and close calls, but have seen a dramatic decline in accidents and near misses since the red-light cameras were installed at this intersection.

Letter: Red-Light Cameras Save Lives
Arizona Daily Star, Feb. 25, 2013

Every 11 hours, another life is lost on Arizona roads. As president of the Arizona Public Health Association, I understand the critical need to address traffic safety in our communities. For this reason, we joined the Arizona chapter of the Traffic Safety Coalition, an organization comprised of safety advocates, bike and pedestrian groups and others, to make our roads safer.

“Going through a red-light kills people.”
Michael Bloomberg, New York City Mayor
Capital (New York), Feb. 22, 2013

“I would say it’s brought into the bright light the concern for stopping for school buses.”
Hawk Hagebak, Cobb Police Department Lieutenant, on school bus safety cameras.
Marietta Daily Journal (Georgia), Feb. 22, 2013

“The use of red light cameras is us embracing technology to provide a public service. You don’t have an officer chasing an individual through a red light, and you are able to use manpower in other places.”
John Price, Assistant Chief Administrative Office to the Mayor of Baton Rouge
The Advocate (Louisiana), Feb. 13, 2013

In January, school bus drivers in the Cobb School District reported 400 drivers illegally passed their buses. That is down from 1,600 violators in a 2011 test and 900 in a one-day test last year. The district began installing school bus safety cameras in 2010. Source: Marietta Daily Journal, Feb. 22, 2013.

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ATS’ Newsletter, Vol. 3, Issue 12

February 21st, 2013 Comments off

Red-Light Camera Proposal Returns to Connecticut
West Hartford Patch, Feb. 20, 2013

A proposal to install red-light cameras in urban areas is back before the Connecticut Legislature. The measure died in 2011 when the General Assembly’s Judiciary Committee refused to consider it.

Red-Light Cameras Make Temple Terrace Safer, Leaders Say
The Tampa Tribune/ (Florida), Feb. 20, 2013

While the Legislature debates the merits of red-light cameras in Tallahassee, Temple Terrace leaders credit the devices with making the city safer, citing a downward trend in red-light running violations.

New Video Details Violation Review Process, Feb. 19, 2013

American Traffic Solutions today launched a new video detailing the careful review process every red-light running event captured by red-light safety cameras passes through before a violation is issued.

NCSR: Safety Is Bottom Line for Camera Programs
Kansas City Business Journal (Missouri), Feb. 19, 2013

As transportation research studies continue to provide mounting evidence of the success of red-light safety camera programs, the opposition becomes more vocal in shifting the focus away from the most important benefit of this technology — safety.

Lakeland OKs 10 More Red-Light Cameras
Lakeland Ledger (Florida), Feb. 18, 2013

City commissioners voted 6-1 on Monday to more than double the number of red-light cameras in Lakeland, from nine to 19. The new cameras are expected to be installed in about six months. See related coverage from Bay News 9.

St. Joseph Camera Program Enters Penalty Phase (Missouri), Feb. 18, 2013

The trial period for the new red-light cameras has ended in St. Joseph. Now, if you run a red light at one of the marked intersections, you will get a  $100 ticket in the mail.

Sugar Land Data Shows Drastic Crash Reduction
City of Sugar Land (Texas), Feb. 15, 2013

Since the installation of Sugar Land’s red-light cameras at their current locations, crashes have decreased more than 58 percent.

History Shows Cameras Improve Public Safety, Assist Medical Research
Torque News (North Carolina), Feb. 21, 2013

Melissa Wandall was largely responsible for the Mark Wandall Traffic Safety Act in Florida, honoring her husband who died the victim of a red-light scofflaw. … Since then, Florida has recorded improved road safety benefits. Recently, the state reported a matching 56 percent of communities recorded a reduction in crashes at intersections with safety cameras. Furthermore, a portion of the fines identified red-light runners pay go to Florida trauma centers and research centers for paralysis.

Vehicle Strikes Water Worker in Intersection
KTVI TV2 and Maplewood-Brentwood Patch (Missouri), Feb. 19, 2013

Early Friday morning, a Missouri American Water employee was struck by a minivan in Brentwood, as a red-light video camera recorded the scene.

High-Tech Cameras Catch Illegal School Bus Passers
WPEC TV 12 (Florida), Feb. 14, 2013

The Palm Beach School District is taking a proactive approach to keeping their students safe in and around their buses by testing new high-tech cameras. School bus drivers documented the danger in the 2011 National Stop Arm Violation Survey that noted more than 20,000 illegal passers in just one day across Florida.

American Traffic Solutions is pleased to announce that the city of West Palm Beach has renewed its Road Safety Camera agreement with ATS for three more years. ATS is honored to remain the vendor of choice for this community.

Get Involved in Saving a Life: Sharing a Tweet is a convenient way to inform others about the dangers of red-light running. Another way is to direct drivers to the ATS YouTube page, where visitors can watch informative videos about road safety camera programs and see the dangerous crashes hundreds of communities are trying to avoid by installing red-light safety cameras. Seeing is believing, which is why ATS invites you to visit our links at the end of this page and share the message to stop on red.

ATS_RoadSafety ‏@ATS_RoadSafety New Video Details Red-Light Safety Camera Violation Video Review Process   #RoadSafety

ATS_RoadSafety ‏@ATS_RoadSafety Police Director, Daniel Zieser: Red-light cameras an unquestioned success  #NJ  #StopOnRed  @TownshipofUnion

Commentary: Red-Light Cameras an Unquestioned Success
Home News Tribune (New Jersey), Feb. 15, 2013

I was quite amused reading your editorial on Feb. 13 regarding your spin on the red-light camera program in the state of New Jersey. The RLC program was instituted to assist law enforcement in making the streets and highways of New Jersey safer for our citizens, period.

Commentary: Red-Light Camera Experiment Continues
The Record (New Jersey), Feb. 15, 2013

The courage once shown by legislators to harness camera technology in pursuit of traffic safety seemed to be eroding over the past year — at least until a few cops from Union and Middlesex counties spoke up this week.

Letter: Red-Light Cameras Have Become Necessary
Iowa City Press-Citizen (Iowa), Feb. 20, 2013

As I contemplate the red light-camera issue, I believe we are not paying attention to several highly relevant factors … that reveal a substantial number of discourteous, impatient, aggressive, highly distracted divers who pay little attention to the speed limit and are driving within 3 feet of the back bumper of the driver who is traveling in front of them.

Letter: Lawmaker Should Consider Safety Aspects of Cameras
Asbury Park Press (New Jersey), Feb. 19, 2013

Previously, I was open to all sides of the red-light camera issue and agreed with some of Assemblyman Declan O’Scanlon’s arguments. But now, I feel the assemblyman is discrediting himself by refusing to consider the points of view of law enforcement and other experts. As a state legislator, shouldn’t the safety of your constituents and all New Jersey residents be a high priority?

“Our numbers clearly indicate a downward trend in violations. This speaks volumes about the overall awareness and voluntary compliance of our motorists with the established red-light regulations.”
Bernard Seeley, Temple Terrace Deputy Police Chief
The Tampa Tribune/ (Florida), Feb. 20, 2013

“In the last five years we went from 54 traffic fatalities to 19. I mean, that’s dramatic!”
Cathy Lanier, Washington D.C. Metropolitan Police Chief
NBC News, Feb. 19, 2013

“We have a lot of people driving today who are just not paying attention. The red-light camera program is geared to do one thing: to get people to pay attention at red-light signals.”
John Wisniewski, New Jersey Assemblyman
KYW-TV 3 (Pennsylvania), Feb. 19, 2013

“This technology allows us to change public behavior and improve public safety.”
Lisa Womack, Lakeland Police Chief
Lakeland Ledger (Florida), Feb. 18, 2013

“Everywhere they’ve been installed, they show a marked decrease in violations, and after they’ve been in place for a while, a decrease in major accidents in those locations.”
Richard Ketchem, St. Joseph Police Department Sergeant
St. Joe Channel (Missouri), Feb. 18, 2013

District of Columbia
The district recorded 19 traffic-linked deaths last year, down from 32 a year earlier. Source: The Washington Examiner, Feb. 20, 2013.

In the city of St. Joseph, police authorized 338 red-light running warnings to be sent to vehicle owners during three weeks of camera testing ending in February. Last year, officers handed out 260 citations in all of 2012. Source: St. Joe Channel, Feb. 18, 2013.

When Philadelphia began its the red-light camera program at Roosevelt Boulevard and Grant Avenue, and the Boulevard and Red Lion Road, more than 3,000 people ran the red lights at those locations in a month. Now, the number of violators is down to about 250. Source: KYW-TV3, Feb. 19, 2013.

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ATS’ Newsletter, Vol. 3 Issue 11

February 14th, 2013 Comments off

Baton Rouge Extends Red-Light Safety Camera Agreement (Louisiana), Feb. 14, 2013

The red-light camera violation system in Baton Rouge will remain through 2013. (WVLA TV 33 image)

Indiana House Panel OKs School, Work Zone Speed Cameras
Northwest Indiana Times, Feb. 13, 2013

Automated enforcement cameras could be deployed in school and construction zones to snap photos of speeding vehicles and bring a $250 minimum fine under legislation approved Wednesday by a House committee. (Goshen News photo by Sam Householder)

Clermont OKs 24 Cameras at 13 Intersections
WKMG-TV 6 (Florida), Feb. 13, 2013

Clermont city leaders voted Tuesday to install 24 new cameras. This after council members recently voted to change city ordinances to allow them. (Central Florida News TV 13 photo.)

Fort Myers Committee Addresses Pedestrian Safety
Fort Myers News-Press (Florida), Feb. 13, 2013

The Fort Myers Beach Safety Committee will have its first meeting today since the town dealt with its first pedestrian fatality of the year, a 76-year-old woman walking in a crosswalk.

Report: Red-Light Cameras Reduce Crashes
WPLG-TV 10 (Florida), Feb. 13, 2013

A report by the Miami-Dade County Office of Commission Auditor shows red-light cameras may be reducing crashes. The office gathered data from 22 Miami-Dade County communities using the cameras. See press release and related coverage from World Net Daily.

Red-Light Crash Injures 2; 1 Critically
WOOD-TV 8 (Michigan), Feb. 13, 2012

Two people were injured, one critically, after their vehicles collided at an Ottawa County intersection. 

Orange Park Red-Light Cameras Go Live in April
WJXT-TV15 (Florida), Feb. 12, 2013

Thousands of people drive U.S. Highway 17 every day as their primary route north into Jacksonville, but plans are in place to make the road safer. Orange Park Police Chief Gary Goble says recently installed red-light cameras will not only stop drivers from running red lights, but also train them over time to slow down.

Lawmakers Push to Bring Back Red-Light Cameras
Minnesota Public Radio, Feb. 12, 2013

A group of lawmakers is proposing a bill that would allow cities to use cameras to catch drivers who run red lights. The bill, which was introduced this week in the House and Senate, would also allow law-enforcement personnel to use cameras to catch people who are speeding. See related article from KARE TV-11.

N.J. Red-Light Camera Changes on Hold
Press of Atlantic City, Feb. 12, 2013

There will be no changes to how New Jersey’s red-light camera system works, at least for now. The sponsor of a measure to change the system has put it on hold. See related coverage from WCBS TV 2 New York. (Daily Record photo by Jason Towlen)

ATS White Paper Details Impacts and Solutions from Fleet Vehicle Violations
World Net Daily, Feb. 11, 2013

A new white paper by American Traffic Solutions details the challenges and potential solutions for fleet managers looking for ways to reduce the costs associated with tolls and driver-issued traffic violations. View White Paper.

St. Petersburg Releases Red-Light Runners of the Week
St. Pete Patch (Florida), Feb. 12, 2013

This week’s compilation of red-light runners by the St. Petersburg Police Department delivers a stark reminder of the dangers red-light runners pose to law-abiding drivers.

Stop Arm Fines Yield $58,000
Marietta Patch (Georgia), Feb. 12, 2013

A program that fines motorists who zip by Cobb school buses without stopping generated more than $58,000 during its first two months. (WXIA TV-11 image.)

Get Involved in Saving a Life: Sharing a Tweet is a convenient way to inform others about the dangers of red-light running. Another way is to direct drivers to the ATS YouTube page, where visitors can watch informative videos about road safety camera programs and see the dangerous crashes hundreds of communities are trying to avoid by installing red-light safety cameras. Seeing is believing, which is why ATS invites you to visit our links at the end of this page and share the message to stop on red.

NHTSA ‏@NHTSAgov It’s Aggressive Driving Awareness Month: always follow the speed limit! Better to be Late Than to Never Arrive #aggressivedriving

NCSR ‏@SaferRoadsUSA Red-light running crash in #Michigan leaves 2 injured, 1 in critical condition. Pls be cautious & always #StopOnRed!

Letter: Red-Light Cameras Not Cause of Rear-End Crashes
Sentinel (New Jersey), Feb. 14, 2013

Rear-end crashes are caused not by red-light cameras, but by drivers tailgating the cars ahead of them. These crashes happen on highways without traffic lights too. Prudence requires that we maintain adequate distances all the time, but particularly while approaching any intersection, whether equipped with a camera or not.

“The red light camera program is probably, in my opinion, the most successful program that I’ve seen that the city has.”
John Price, Assistant Chief Administrative Office to the Mayor of Baton Rouge
WVLA TV-33 (Louisiana), Feb. 14, 2013

“Not only stopping on the red lights — it’s congested and there’s a lot of businesses — but it will also slow them down. It’s not uncommon for them to come through at 60, 70 mph.”
Gary Gobel, Orange Park Police Chief on how red-light safety cameras will make a difference.
WJXT-TV15 (Florida), Feb. 12, 2013

“Please don’t take away our enforcement tool. We’re trying to promote good driving habits.”
Robert Christie, Union Township Police Sergeant addresssing state legislative committee.
The Associated Press/ (New Jersey), Feb. 12, 2013

“If people know there’s no enforcement they evade the law. They run through the red light. As budgets are cut police have to ask where do we put our resources in terms of enforcement? And stationing someone at every busy intersection is not possible.”
Alice Hausman, Minnesota State Representative and sponsor of red-light camera bill.
KARE TV-11, Feb. 12, 2013

“I know there are places with a lot of red-light cameras, Apopka being one, and they are definitely proven to be a big deterrent. A lot of people see the signs letting them know an intersection is being monitored, and I think they’ve begun to take that seriously. More and more, people are realizing there are, or might be cameras, so they’re not running the red light.”
Jim Stivender, Lake County Public Works Director
The Daily Commercial (Florida), Feb. 12, 2013

Red-light violations in Baton Rouge have dropped 19 percent since 2010, when the full complement of cameras were installed. Source: WVLA TV-33, Feb. 14, 2013.

Before and during the evolution of the school bus stop arm safety camera program in Cobb County, Georgia, school bus drivers reported about 1,400 violations each day. Two months after the program began the number is down to about 400 violations a day. Source: Marietta Patch, Feb. 12, 2013.

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ATS’ Newsletter Vol. 3, Issue 10

February 7th, 2013 Comments off

Frisco Expands Red-Light Safety Camera Program
KXAS TV5/ (Texas), Feb. 6, 2013

The city of Frisco will be adding traffic cameras at two new intersections in hopes of curbing red-light runners. A citizens committee appointed by the city council recently approved the new locations based on crash data collected by the Frisco Police Department. See related coverage from The Dallas Morning News.

Violations Drop in Arlington as Cameras Go Live in Virginia
WRIC TV 8, Feb. 5, 2013

The city of Richmond is gearing up for the start of its red-light camera program while police in Arlington say violations in their city have decreased 48 percent.

Ocoee Police Release Worst of Worst Red-Light Offenses
Examiner (Florida), Jan. 31, 2013

Since 2009, red-light cameras have been capturing some pretty intense, on-the-edge-of-your-seat footage of what happens when folks disobey the red light system. The Ocoee Police Department has released a video to YouTube showing some of the worst incidents. See video.

Photo Helps Authorities Nab Driver in Hit-and-Run
KDFW Channel 4 (Texas), Feb. 4, 2013

Images from red-light cameras helped investigators track down a driver who hit a firefighter and kept going.

Springfield Gets Closer to Red-Light Cameras
Delaware County Daily Times (Pennsylvania), Feb. 2, 2013

Red-light cameras aren’t in Springfield yet, and they might not ever be there, but the township is taking the necessary steps and exploring the options. (Delaware County Daily Times photo by Julia Wilkinson)

After Car Hits Child, Borough Considers Safety Improvements Patriot News (Pennsylvania), Feb. 6, 2013

The need to meet and consider traffic safety improvements developed after a Jan. 3 incident in which a 7-year-old boy was hit on Hummel Avenue by a driver who illegally passed a school bus. The driver was also speeding and driving with a suspended license during the incident. The boy suffered a fractured leg.

Get Involved in Saving a Life: Sharing a Tweet is a convenient way to inform others about the dangers of red-light running. Another way is to direct drivers to the ATS YouTube page, where visitors can watch informative videos about road safety camera programs and see the dangerous crashes hundreds of communities are trying to avoid by installing red-light safety cameras. Seeing is believing, which is why ATS invites you to visit our links at the end of this page and share the message to stop on red.

ATS_RoadSafety ‏@ATS_RoadSafety Must Read! Letter: Good Heavens via @ndn  #StopOnRed #SafeDriving #RoadSafety

ATS_RoadSafety ‏@ATS_RoadSafety #DriveSafe & always #StopOnRed! Woman airlifted after vehicle runs red light  #WV #RoadSafety

Commentary: Safety Is the Big Benefit of Red-Light Cameras
Florida Capital News, Feb. 1, 2013

Your editorial describes the camera program as a money-losing venture for the city and not the best use of taxpayers’ money. Under the city’s contract with its vendor, the city and taxpayers will never have to pay for the Red Light Camera Safety Program. The contract stipulates that, if the program ever fails to collect enough money from fines to cover the cost of operations, the vendor will cover the cost. The city and its taxpayers will never be at risk, as it is a self-funded program.

Editorial: Red Light Does Not Mean Go
St. Joseph News-Press (Missouri), Feb. 3, 2013

Local and area residents who fear getting a $100 ticket from a red-light camera have a choice to make: Avoid the Belt Highway in St. Joseph or start making adjustments to your driving.

Letter: We Need to Keep Our Cameras
Des Moines Register (Iowa), Feb. 3, 2013

The red-light and speed cameras need to stay around. The speed cameras have helped to slow folks down. The red-light cameras have made people think before running the light.

Letter: Traffic Cameras Do Save Lives
Warren Tribune Chronicle/ (Ohio), Feb. 3, 2013

The editorial board cites insufficient signage warning drivers of cameras as a reason to eliminate the camera program. Frankly, drivers should not need a sign hung above them to obey the speed limit or stop at red lights. These are not optional rules – they are the law.

Letter: Bottom Line
Naples Daily News (Florida), Feb. 2, 2013

Removing the red-light cameras? The epitome of irresponsibility!

Letter: The People Know
Naples Daily News (Florida), Feb. 1, 2013

I was delighted to see red-light cameras installed in Collier County. For many years, I had observed drivers accelerating on a yellow light instead of applying their brakes.

“What we have seen is a pretty sizeable reduction in crashes at those intersections.”
David Shilson, Frisco Police Lieutenant
The Dallas Morning News (Texas), Feb. 6, 2013

Since Frisco installed three red-light safety cameras at two intersections in February 2011, not one single crash involving running a red light has occurred. Source: The Dallas Morning News, Feb. 6, 2013.

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