State Rep. Wants To Bring Red Light Cameras To Pittsburgh

PITTSBURGH (NewsRadio 1020 KDKA) — KDKA Radio’s Robert Mangino talks with State Rep. Paul Costa, D-Allegheny, about his proposal to install red light cameras to catch drivers who blow through intersections.

Costa lays out how the new system would work, how it would handle drivers who simply turn right on red, and how the cameras would impact driver safety.

Mangino asks Costa about the motivation behind the cameras – and whether they’re meant to increase public safety or simply government revenues.

Listen to Robert Mangino every weekday from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA!


One Comment

  1. Thomas J Duttine says:

    Hey Paul, the state doesn’t have ANY MONEY!

  2. ed says:

    Check with all the states removing them . Who benefits , the installer ? Not us !

  3. Dan says:

    Has not done anything for public safety in Monroeville

  4. People will be slamming on their breaks! says:

    The result will be more accidents.

  5. curious says:

    Where are there red light cameras in Monroeville?

  6. Mayor of GBD says:

    Citations are all about the money! If it were safety, there would only be points and suspensions.

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