A group called the National Coalition for Safer Roads has a warning for New Jersey drivers: as more people hit the road this summer, the risk of traffic collisions from drivers running red light will increase.
New Jersey's controversial red light camera pilot program is scheduled to expire in December, and while some legislators are eagerly anticipating the end of the program, other lawmakers are unsure about the future of red light cameras in the Garden State.
The mayor of Pohatcong Township, Warren County, announced Tuesday that his town will not be renewing its contract for red light cameras, and he urged the state to do away with the controversial program altogether.
Assemblyman Declan O'Scanlon told Townsquare Media he has been in contact with mayors who have shown interest in pulling the plug on their towns' red light cameras, but they haven't yet "pulled the trigger."
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