NBC5 DFW, September 11, 2018
Dallas City Council Member Mark Clayton was part of a 9-to-6 city council majority last year that voted to keep the cameras operating for another seven years.
“The city’s studies have shown it causes people to slow down when otherwise they would just run the stop light and I think that’s good, responsible, government,” Clayton said.
Dallas City Council Member Sandy Greyson said she agreed the cameras improve safety at intersections. She has voted several times over the years to support the red-light camera program. She was once the victim of a side impact crash.
LIHerald, September 27, 2018
Superintendents from four Valley Stream school districts said they would consider installing speed cameras around schools, after Nassau County Executive Laura Curran proposed an opt-in program for school districts earlier this month.
“I think at the end of the day, anything that’s going to make the area safer for children is a welcome addition,” said Valley Stream School District 24 Superintendent Don Sturz. He added that he and other school district officials would look into installing a camera on Mill Road near the Robert W. Carbonaro School.
Community Impact Newspaper, Sept 6, 2018
Red-light cameras could be coming back to Jersey Village.
Jersey Village City Council approved a budget amendment at an Aug. 20 meeting allocating $57,200 for an engineering study for the reinstallation of 11 red-light cameras at seven intersections along the Hwy. 290 frontage road in the city.
Greenville News, September 3, 2018
Question: Greenville native here, and I am appalled at how the driving population of Greenville has decided that stopping for a red light seems to be just a “suggestion” or has some sort of “window” if they are in a line of cars.
Can the city not take the lead on installing cameras at the most egregiously abused intersections and send these serial violators a ticket based on their vehicle tag?
WJLA Washington DC, September 7, 2018
The new speed cameras in DC have all kinds of high tech gadgetry, including upgraded sensors, and they record broadcast quality video.
Held during the third full week of October each year, National School Bus Safety Week is an active and evolving public education program and an excellent way for parents, students, teachers, motorists, school bus operators, school administrators, and other interested parties – to join forces and address the importance of school bus safety. Designed to promote school bus safety, school districts throughout the country observe School Bus Safety Week.
Speed cameras back online with Seattle schools back in session
King5 News Seattle, September 7, 2018
School zone speed cameras are back online as Seattle students head back to class.
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