Road Rage Clip

Road Rage in Scottsdale AZ
Scottsdale (Arizona), May 4, 2018

NHTSA has reported that 30 percent of traffic fatalities are caused by speeding. In Arizona, speeding is one of the top three causes of deaths on our roads and highways. This footage was captured in Scottsdale, Ariz. and is an example of the dangers associated with aggressive driving. Please drive safely.

For safety tips and advice on what to do if you encounter an aggressive driver, visit here.

Red-light Camera Footage from Orange Park
Orange Park (Florida), May 11, 2018 

The town of Orange Park has operated a Red-light Camera Program since 2013.

Justices rightly leave local governments and voters in the driver’s seat on red-light cameras
Orlando (Florida), May 11, 2018 

We continue to believe red-light cameras are a smart tool for enhancing road safety. We think it’s a better use of limited law-enforcement resources to catch red-light runners with a camera than to station police officers at intersections who would otherwise be patrolling neighborhoods and pursuing criminal suspects.

One Woman’s Decade-Long Struggle for Safer Intersections in Florida
Bradenton (Florida), May 14, 2008 

In a unanimous decision earlier this month, the Florida Supreme Court upheld legislation known as the “Mark Wandall Traffic Safety Act,” allowing Florida municipalities to continue to use cameras to ticket motorists who run red lights.

 

Dozens of violations recorded by bus cameras
Forsyth County (Georgia), May 10, 2018

Just two weeks into the rollout of a new bus stop-arm camera program aimed at stopping vehicles from illegally passing school buses, the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office is already reporting dozens of violations have been recorded.

According to Cpl. Doug Rainwater, a spokesman for the sheriff’s office, four deputies responsible for monitoring video footage from the 30 bus cameras each day were trained on how to use the system Tuesday and began seeing violations in almost real time.

Golden to support more speed cameras
New York City (New York), May 16, 2018

City data suggest that the cameras scared at least some drivers into slowing down. There were 60 percent fewer daily violations in school zones with speed cameras in the two years after they were first installed in 2014, according to a transportation agency report published last June.

Advocates demand more Vision Zero speed cameras near NYC schools
New York City (New York), May 16, 2018

“Cameras reduce speeding by nearly 61 percent, and most people who get caught by a camera, 81 percent, don’t speed again.  So it’s really effective in curbing the speed on our streets,” Gounardes said.