Red Light Cameras
Riverside’s City Council voted 5-2 Tuesday to pull the plug on its 18 red-light cameras.
The City Council voted almost unanimously for a plan that could lead to phasing out 18 red-light cameras at intersections across the city.
A City Council committee wants controversial red light cameras to be phased out by the end of the month.
LOS ANGELES (CBS) — A City Council Committee voted 5-0 Monday to pull the plug on the city’s traffic cameras, which issue $480 tickets to drivers shot running red lights. The city would stop handing out tickets […]
The Los Angeles City Council is expected to consider a proposal Friday to keep red-light cameras at 32 intersections for another year.
The civilian board that oversees the Los Angeles Police Department has put the brakes on the city’s red-light traffic camera program.
A Southern California city may donate red light camera fines to local charities in an effort to convince skeptics that safety is the motive behind the cameras, not a money grab.
The civilian board that oversees the Los Angeles Police Department has agreed to continue a red-light camera program despite a low ticket collection rate.
This is an investigation that’s prompted dozens of e-mails, even before the story aired. Commuters are already frustrated and upset about Red Light cameras—but now stop sign cameras?