The leading legislative critic of New Jersey's controversial red-light camera pilot program is hopping mad, after trying, without success, to get red-light camera data from Edison Township for the past two months.
An agreement to partially refund some New Jersey drivers for fines they paid as a result of the red light camera program is on hold until a final 'approval of settlement' hearing that is scheduled for September 12th.
The New Jersey lawmaker leading the charge to do away with the Red Light Camera Pilot Program wants the head of the Assembly Transportation Committee to post a bill he's sponsoring to increase yellow light times and to do away with right-on-red tickets.
Motorists ticketed by New Jersey's red-light cameras last year moved closer to getting some of their money back Wednesday, with the filing of an amended settlement agreement in a lawsuit filed against the company that installs and operates the cameras.
As soon as it began, New Jersey's red light camera pilot program was controversial. Those who supported it claimed it helped to improve safety, while critics said it was nothing more than a way for cash-strapped municipalities to generate income.
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