• Los Angeles Times
Studies elsewhere have found that rear-end collisions, which tend to be less serious than broadside collisions caused by red-light violations, increase with photo enforcement because drivers make panic stops to avoid getting tickets.
In Los Angeles, red-light-related rear-end crashes remained flat at the intersections, the study found, although total rear-end accidents rose about 40%.
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