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France, Italy: Speed Cameras Cause Accident, Revenue
A speed camera in Italy injured a motorcyclist while moving violations bring French $1.7 billion in revenue, despite lockdown.
OPINION: How Speed Limits Are Set For Maximum Profit
Commentary on the current system the Federal Highway Administration uses to maximize the profitability of speed limits. Part 3 of a series
France, Germany, Italy: Outbreak Of Spraypaint And Fire Sabotages Speed Cameras
Spraypaint, fire and plastic wrap took out a dozen European speed cameras last week.
Redflex Shareholders To Decide On Company Sale
Australian shareholders to decide whether red light camera vendor is sold to Verra Mobility.
OPINION: Proposed Rules Would Put Stops Signs Anywhere, Everywhere
Commentary on the upcoming changes to Federal Highway Administration rules that allow placement of stop signs just about anywhere. Part 2 of a series
France, Germany: Speed Cameras Disruption
French and German vigilantes last week disabled a handful of speed cameras with fire and spraypaint.
OPINION: Federal Transportation Policy Sides With Anti-Car Activists
Commentary on the upcoming changes to Federal Highway Administration rules that will turn every road into a potential speed trap. Part 1 of a series
Feds Up The Fraud Charges Against Red Light Camera Salesman
A Few More French Speed Cameras Knocked Out
Are Red Light Camera Tickets Now Optional In California?
Australia, Austria, France, Germany, Italy: Speed Cameras Thwarted
Another Illinois Political Operative Indicted For Red Light Camera Bribery
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