It’s less likely you’ll be getting a ticket in the mail in the near future because an intersection camera appears to have snapped a picture of you running a red light, but don’t run a red light because you might get a ticket sometime down the road anyway. Yesterday, Governor Chris Christie’s Administration announced the suspension of the Red Light Running Automated Enforcement Program (RLR) until most of the towns in the pilot program can certify that the timing on the yellow light signal conforms to the prescribed statute.
If red-light cameras leave you feeling like an ATM for municipal governments in the pilot program...second-guessing your driving skills...or paranoid about who's looking over your shoulder, New Jersey State Senator Mike Doherty (R-23) wants to hear from you
A third intersection in Brick Township is now under the watchful eye of red light cameras. The police department continues to defend the state pilot program that some have called a money-making scheme.
Brick Township is another one of Jersey’s towns to install red light cameras at several intersections as part of a pilot project, but there remains a concern that the cameras do more to bring money into towns than keep people safe.
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