New Jersey is ending its five year red light camera program, but some towns don't want to see the revenue ...More
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After months of uncertainty, all red light cameras in New Jersey have officially stopped ticketing drivers after the state legislature declined to renew a five-year pilot program. But this doesn’t mean they’re gone for good.
Local officials from across New Jersey descended on the statehouse earlier this week to encourage lawmakers ...More
If red light cameras are really making the public safer from renegade motorists, why are the crash numbers ...More
As opposition to red light cameras in New Jersey continues to grow, supporters of the program aren't ...More
New Jersey's Senate Transportation Committee won't take up a bill to renew the state's red-light camera ...More
The New Jersey Senate Transportation Committee is putting the breaks on traffic cameras. Just not in ...More
When 20 citizens and elected officials gathered around the intersection of Stelton Road and Hadley Center ...More
According to a new OPRA request, drivers in Piscataway paid almost $5 million in red light camera fines, ...More
Residents and lawmakers plan to protest New Jersey's red light camera program Saturday morning in South ...More
Internal documents reveal that the red light camera program in Piscataway, New Jersey has produced nearly ...More
When someone using Michael Ehrenreich's car was caught by red-light camera running the light, ...More
Central New Jersey residents protest red light cameras that automatically send $85 tickets to drivers ...More