Person dressed as speed camera, hilarious!

Man Dressed as Speed Camera 

Stats show decrease in fatal crashes on LI in 2017  (New York), Feb. 18, 2018

HICKSVILLE – New statistics indicate that fewer people were killed in vehicle crashes on Long Island last year.

Video Monitoring Coming to Some White Plains Intersections (New York), Feb. 20, 2018

Earlier this month, the White Plains Common Council approved the implementation of a demonstration program by American Traffic Solutions, Inc. to install and operate traffic control signal photo violation monitoring devices at some of the more dangerous intersections for pedestrians in the city.

Driver caught on camera passing stopped school bus (Pennsylvania), Feb. 20, 2018

Police in York County are asking for help to identify a driver who passed a school bus while the bus was stopped and had red lights flashing.

8 year-old child dies after being struck by vehicle, mother also injured (Georgia), Feb. 16, 2018

An 8 year-old girl struck by a vehicle while crossing the street to get on the school bus in Stone Mountain early Friday morning has passed away from injuries sustained in the crash.

Leon Valley will begin issuing citations from red light cameras next week (Texas), Feb. 16, 2018

Drivers going through Leon Valley beware: The grace period for those who run red lights is coming to an end.

Starting Wednesday, Leon Valley police will begin to issue $75 citations to those caught running a red light through the new red light camera program.

Alabama House committee stalls on bill abolishing traffic cameras
Montgomery Advertiser (Alabama), Feb. 21, 2018

A House committee on Wednesday gave a yellow light to a bill that would ban automated traffic cameras statewide.

Buried report: Failed red-light camera program could have stopped pedestrian carnage (New Jersey), Feb. 27, 2018

Six months after New Jersey turned off all its red-light cameras, the engineer in charge of the experiment was sure that reviving and improving the system could help stem the rise in pedestrian fatalities — as well as the deadly right-angle crashes it was designed to prevent.


There were some good things that red light cameras did for drivers, according to a state Department of Transportation report that was never released after the test program was ended in 2014.