Sacramento, California To Shorten Red Light Camera Ticket TimingBoard of supervisors in Sacramento County, California to vote on renewing controversial red light camera ticket contract with Redflex.
Dec. 11, 2013
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The Sacramento County, California Board of Supervisors will vote Tuesday on a plan to boost the number of $500 red light camera tickets issued at intersections. County officials quietly changed the wording of its memorandum of understanding with Redflex Traffic Systems, the Australian company in charge of the program, so that the camera flash would trigger in half the time. Under the new proposal, the Redflex camera will issue a ticket 0.1 second after the signal changes -- faster than the blink of an eye. Local activists are crying foul.