PITTSBURGH (NewsRadio1020 KDKA) – National Stop On Red Week is Aug. 3 to 9. According to the National Motorists Association, there is no coincidence that with the recent installation of red light cameras all over […]
We have smartphones, smart cars, even smart houses, so why not smart traffic signals?
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.
Pittsburghers spend 39 hours a year sitting in traffic and that adds up to more than $800 in wasted fuel, but there could be help on the way.
It sounds like downright bragging coming out of Cranberry Township these days when you talk about driving through the heart of the business district.