The city council has
been searching for a justification to continue with the automated
ticketing program which was expected to yield $5 million in revenue last
year. City leaders showed no concern about early signs that the program
failed to live up to its promise of accident reduction. In November
2010, the council voted to continue the program despite overall negative collision data at the time.
NMSU recommended further study be done, taking into account the number
of tickets issued using data from Redflex Traffic Systems, the
Australian company in charge of the program.
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