Automatic License Plate Recognition is spreading worldwide like a cancer as governments become eager to track the movement of their citizens, many times under the guise of homeland security.
While photo radar is indeed ridiculous, what's even more ridiculous is the local union's claim that Border Patrol agents should be allowed to ignore posted speed limits while also ignoring the border they're paid to patrol in order to pro
Tempe City Council wanted to make it clear Thursday that the $2.9 million increase in Tempe's contract for speed-enforcement cameras was funded with ticket revenue, not city dollars. The council unanimously approved increasing the cap on the amou
New generation: The new speed cameras measure a car's average speed over many miles rather than at a fixed point.
Is Redflex responsible for it's driver's safety? Were the drivers aware of the danger they were in sitting in these high profile targets? Sunday's shooting was not the first serious attack on a scam van, but you won't hear about this
Drivers -- many accusing law enforcement of using spy tactics to trap unsuspecting citizens -- are fighting back with everything from pick axes to camera-blocking Santa Clauses. They're moving beyond radar detectors and CB radios to wage their ow
Duncanville, TX. Population: 38,500. Red light camera tickets last year: 45,000.
After some initial investigation, we have determined that Redflex and ATS are operating in Arizona without a Private Investigator’s License. If this is validated by Arizona officials, it could mean that every photo ticket issued would have to be thro
Text of the bill read today. I can't read legalese very well, but I'm not sure the bill goes far enough. While you're on the site, you might want to peruse some of the other 425 bills introduced this session. Yikes.
Certain municipalities had the legal authority to use red light cameras in Virginia from 1995 to 2005. The result? Rear end accidents increased 42%, angle accidents increased 20%, and injury accidents increased 18%. The total number of accidents inc
About 15,000 drivers ticketed under the now-outlawed PhotoCop red-light enforcement program in Minneapolis may see their refunds in March.
When the push to install red-light cameras came to City Hall in 2005, the Board of Aldermen enthusiastically backed the plan. But 3 years later, aldermen have themselves been caught on tape — and some have avoided the $100 fine.
Students duplicate the [victim's] license plates by printing plate numbers on glossy photo paper. They tape the duplicate plate over the existing plate on the back of their car and purposefully speed through a speed camera.
One of the dozens of the new, permanent speed cameras in use on Arizona freeways was found knocked on its side Monday on westbound Interstate 10 at 16th Street. State officials have not issued a statement whether they believe the device was disabled
The marriage of convenience for profit between a private enterprise and the local government produces a cadre of fascist traffic enforcement officers – the Black Vultures of Hades -- that we have to fight in court.
Faced with one of the tightest budget crunches in its history, AZ is wasting no time in deploying its newly authorized freeway speed cameras. Redflex Traffic Systems runs the program in return for an expected cut of $20,361,300.
A Carbondale man who believes he does not need a license to drive was led from a Lackawanna County courtroom in handcuffs Wednesday after being sentenced to serve three months in prison. A jury convicted 50-year-old Benjamin Merring, of 164 Park S
Redflex / ATS and your government have decided to wage war on We the People. While SPYING on YOU they are blatently stealing the labor of hard working Americans using an act of covert fraud (photo radar). Photo is actually misleading it's video r
Redflex Traffic Systems Inc. is facing what could become a class action lawsuit for allegedly using radar that was not approved for use in the U.S., a dispute also hanging up its contract with the Arizona Department of Public Safety.
Police in Scottsdale, Arizona are continuing to illegally crack down on those who disagree with the city's photo enforcement policies. Jason Shelton, 35, was arrested yesterday at around 6pm while videotaping more than a dozen activists....
With the open admission from Redflex regarding optical character recognition upgrades, it has become blatently obvious that Redflex will stop at nothing short of becoming a full-fledged quasi-police/government agency, right in the footsteps of Blackw
It's not at all about speed, some say. The public never got to vote for photo radar. Many meet to protest about the fraud of photo radar. Channel 3 coverage.
The supreme court found that Minneapolis had disregarded a state law imposing uniformity of traffic laws across the state. The city's photo ticket program offered the accused fewer due process protections than available to motorists prosecuted fo
Photo-enforcement cameras on Scottsdale's Loop 101 flash no more.
In preparation for a massive expansion in speed camera use, an Arizona law signed late last month ensures that police officers will not be endangered by an expected increase in rear end collisions.
The Arizona Department of Public Safety (DPS) boasted yesterday that it had arrested a Nevada resident based solely on claims made by a speed camera despite the fact Arizona speed cameras have a history of unreliable performance.
State Police are harassing motorcyclists at a roadblock en route to a biker rally in the Adirondacks. The National Coalition of Motorcyclists calls this "unconstitutional" and has taken the first steps necessary to file a lawsuit to put an
A set of cameras designed to issue traffic tickets at a Tucson, Arizona intersection were left photographing the ground over the weekend after being hit by a vigilante.
The Mirror estimated that since the bulbs burned out at least 214,000 drivers had been trapped by the camera at night, generating £13 million (US $26 million) in revenue.
All things speedtrap. Listing, graphic and "Are you a cop car magnet?" PLUS, a speedtrap joke--in case you get caught.