Red-Light Camera Settlement Offered | NBC 10 Philadelphia

Red-Light Camera Settlement Offered



    According to American Traffic Solutions of Arizona which runs cameras for 18 New Jersey cities said their failure to properly certify all of their cameras to apply to state law led to about a half-million drivers becoming qualified for a partial refund on their red light citation. NBC10's Cydney Long reports. (Published Monday, Aug. 5, 2013)

    Nearly 500,000 motorists in 18 New Jersey towns are receiving notice about a $4.2 million settlement over tickets generated by red light cameras.

    The Shabel & DeNittis law firm filed the class-action lawsuit, arguing officials failed to conduct an initial traffic study and failed to regularly inspect the devices.

    Neither the towns nor American Traffic Solutions admit any wrongdoing. But the red light camera company has agreed to pay the settlement if a judge approves.

    The minimum payout is $8.50, or ten cents on the dollar of the $85 ticket.

    Gloucester Twp. Police Enforce Red Light Laws

    [PHI] Gloucester Twp. Police Enforce Red Light Laws
    Gloucester Township police issued 13,103 red light traffic camera citations in 2012. Lt. Brian McKendry says drivers simply don't stop before the white line. NBC10's Cydney Long reports some residents are getting notices that there is a class action lawsuit on red light cameras and they could possibly get money back. (Published Monday, Aug. 5, 2013)

    The South Jersey Times reports the red-light camera settlement covers motorists ticketed in Glassboro, Deptford, Gloucester Township, Brick, East Brunswick, East Windsor, Jersey City, Lawrence, Linden, Monroe, Palisades Park, Piscataway, Pohatcong, Rahway, Roselle Park, Union, Wayne and Woodbridge.

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