Red Light Cameras
They’re coming to a city red light near you: cameras that take pictures of a person’s license plate after running a red light.
Pittsburgh City Council has given preliminary approval to a pilot project that would install surveillance cameras at certain traffic lights to catch drivers who run red lights.
In Philadelphia or Washington, D.C., if you run a red light and nobody sees it, you might think you got away with it. But you didn’t.
Drivers running red lights in Philadelphia is turning out to be a good thing for our area. Several local roads will receive safety upgrades thanks to traffic fines on the other side of the state.
KDKA Radio’s Mike Pintek talks to John Bowman, Communications Director of the National Motorists Association.
Not everyone is on board with a plan to install cameras around the city to catch drivers running red lights.
KDKA Radio’s Mike Pintek talks with Alana Miller, Program Associate for Pennsylvania – Public Interest Research Group.
Maybe we won’t admit it, but some run red lights, hoping a cop is not nearby, but new technology involving a camera with warning signs too could change all that.
State Rep. Paul Costa was listening to Mike’s show talking about red light cameras and wanted to call in and put his two cents in.
Shawn Dow, from Campaign for Liberty, joins KDKA Radio’s Mike Pintek to talk about red light cameras.
Not everyone is pleased with State Rep. Paul Costa’s, D-Allegheny, plan to install red light cameras in Pittsburgh.
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.