A New Jersey car crash video was recently posted online and subsequently went viral, as part of campaign to reduce incidents of running red lights. The video, which some consider controversial, was leaked by a red light camera company, which some think might represent an ulterior motive. Controversial New Jersey car crash video goes viral Read on! →

Debate over the effectiveness and the constitutionality of red light cameras has been heated over the past year. Traditionally mounted at intersections, the traffic watchdog cameras may be finding yet another place to monitor impatient motorists. Many communities are now debating the possibility of putting the cameras onto school buses. Mounted on folding stop sign Read on! →

New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who earlier this month proposed fighting obesity by banning sugary drinks larger than 16 ounces, is at it again this time with New York speed cameras targeting speeders. The mayor proposed shaming lead-footed violators caught by speed cameras. Waiting on state lawmakers for New York Speed Cameras The mayor has Read on! →

Red-light cameras have become increasingly popular since their introduction in the early 1990s. The cameras are designed to automatically take a picture of any vehicle that crosses through an intersection while the traffic signal is red. Citations are then mailed to the registered owner. Opponents say they are intrusive and put profits ahead of public Read on! →

The debate continues over whether cities should install cameras to catch people running red lights. The cameras are often installed at intersections, and proponents insist they save lives and money. However, the evidence is not conclusive. Study claims cameras make motorists safer Red light cameras may not save as many lives as claimed, according to Read on! →

Red light cameras have been suspended in 21 out of 25 municipalities in Jew Jersey, following issues with their calibration. But don’t get cocky, Jersey drivers. Big Brother is still watching and taking names on the red light camera ban. Two-thirds of cameras affected The New Jersey Transportation Department reported that it will be suspending Read on! →

The National Motorists Association is a leading critic of red light cameras, saying the cameras are exorbitant and unnecessary. The group has issued a red light camera challenge, betting any city $10,000 it can accomplish all the goals of the cameras without needing them. National Motorists Association places a bet One of the leading voices Read on! →

Many drivers on the east coast are no doubt scratching their heads in disbelief as they witness the profoundly unlikely: they are being issued refunds on past speeding tickets because of improperly programmed speeding cameras. More than 7,000 tickets More than 7,000 speeding tickets, dating back as far as November, are being refunded to drivers Read on! →

Not many motorists are fond of red-light cameras — the law-enforcement devices that snap a picture of you and your license plate if you are caught in an intersection when the light turns red. Many feel the devices are more about raising municipal revenues than they are about making the streets safer. With those disgruntled Read on! →

A lot of cities have installed red light cameras at intersections in order to catch people running red lights in the act and ensure they are fined for it. However, cities including Los Angeles, Houston and Spokane, Wash., are trying to get rid of the cameras for various reasons. Los Angeles red light camera pilot Read on! →