Has turning off the red light cameras made cities less safe? That's the pitch lawmakers are hearing from red light camera operators. They want a green light to turn the cameras back on.
The Red Light Camera program came to an end after lawmakers refused to renew the state's red light camera pilot program.
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The last day motorists in New Jersey will get tickets from red light cameras is Dec. 16.
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A proposal to help replenish the Transportation Trust Fund calls for a merger.
Pension investments are soaring. Do pensions still need reform? Bad information limits mental health care. Big contracts limit red light camera cuts. Rich Jersey wines. And really bad bugs.
Linden officials like having red light cameras, but keeping them is contingent on the legislature re-approval.
Christie announced an $8 million project to rebuild a section of sea wall.
One Newark is one confusing school reform. A quarter billion storm sewer repair. Red light cameras get busted. Swinging up the leader board, the PGA plays Paramus. And putting on the Ritz in Carteret.
About 17 towns around the state were order by the NJ court system to dismiss red light camera tickets.
New questions and complaints about the way Sandy aid was distributed. Red light cameras under fire amid accusations of bribery. And a former executive says NJ Transit knew it couldn’t handle those ...
Asm. Declan O'Scanlon says studies done by Brick on its red light camera program show that they do not improve safety.
Three of the Senate candidates try to break out of the pack. Plus, Rutgers raises tuition and the students talk back. Red light cameras take new heat. And a former Supreme Court justice says politics ...
Assemblyman Declan O'Scanlon wants to terminate the use of red light cameras in Edison because officials there haven't responded with data.