We’ve never looked favorably on red-light cameras. National studies questioned their ability to prevent crashes. Once installed, the systems often appeared to be little more than cash machines for revenue-starved governments.
Still, one nearby county’s recent experience is noteworthy: It suggests the devices actually do stop people from speeding through intersections and putting other drivers at risk. Behavior may change for the better.
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