ATS to WA Voters: Go To Hell

American Traffic Solutions or Above The Statutes, Inc?

That’s the message American Traffic Solutions appears to be sending to citizens who want a say in preventing automated ticketing in their community.

A ballot initiative to outlaw photo radar and red light cameras cleared a handful of hurdles and submitted the required number of signatures to put the matter before voters.

But that’s not good enough for ATS, the Scottsdale-based firm which specializes in the modern-day equivalent of technological snake oil. A front group, which “also represents [ATS]” has filed a lawsuit to stop the vote. is seeking donations and support on their website in fighting the ticketing conglomerate (You can also join their Facebook page). Photo radar and red light cameras have never survived a public vote.

22 Responses to ATS to WA Voters: Go To Hell

  1. LoneWolf says:

    I don’t get it. How is it legal to stop the votes of the citizens of this country? It’s now evident that ATS has an extreme hatred for the US constitution. Capitalism is one thing but corporate tyranny is unacceptable in our society. They ought to be shut down and permanently banned from this country after going against the rights of American citizens.

  2. guttersn1pe says:

    Everything you hear from ATS and Redflex is the “majority” of people support photo enforcement. If that’s the case – they should have nothing to worry about. Why try and stop the vote?

  3. Giz says:

    Guess ATS dug out their old Bill and Teds bogus journey CD and was listening to this:

  4. G. Patton says:

    I don’t get it? WA is better than AZ? They got on the ballot but we couldn’t?

    What did they have that we didn’t? Or didn’t have might be the question.

    • Butihave Nothingto Worryabout says:

      Their anti-cam was not run by a bunch of losers. Don’t worry your little head sweetie. ATS and Redflex will prevail. They have the money to swing the state and local governments their way.

      Long live Photo Enforcement. Just wait til the cameras are back in action, with more of them and more bite than before. DPS and Redflex learned from their first experiment and they are in the process of making it better and stronger than before.

    • This is just for the city of Mukilteo. Don’t you worry, we’ll have photo ticketing on some city ballots very soon.

      That is unless Gov Brewer does the right thing and puts our state-wide initiative on the ballot like her spokesman Paul Senseman says she wants to do.

  5. Sure says:


    We went state wide so we needed a hell of lot more signatures.

    Of course ATS has money, Troll. They are a subsidiary of Goldman Sachs.

  6. Wrong says:

    One major error here, photo radar was approved by AZ voters via public ballot in 1986

  7. Sure says:

    Hey Wrong,

    Can you post a link to that data. Thanks.

  8. TheOne says:

    what part of red means stop you propagandists dont understand?

    • Glyph says:

      We understand completely that Red means Stop. What part of Due Process and profiteering do you not understand?

    • LoneWolf says:

      Impressive! I read that manual too but I’m just curious where it says the timing on yellow lights can legally be set lower than 3 seconds (you know.. to generate more revenue). Further, where in the manual does it explain that a threatening camera means stop, and not the red light itself?

    • I always stop on red.

      What I really hate is when yellow light times are shortened at scamera surveilled intersections, so that they can make more money.

      PV did it and we caught them. It happens everywhere.

      Red means stop. Cameras mean all the wanna do is take your money.

      And in related news, somebody finally wised up.

    • photoradarscam says:

      What part of red light cameras cause accidents don’t you understand? Is enforcing the law with a camera worth all of the extra crashes, injuries, and fatalities?

      Why are people like you and cities choosing enforcement over education and engineering when simple engineering measures such as adjusting light timing, signal visibility, signage, and other items have been proven to be far more effective and permanent?

      Where are you studies to show that increased enforcement was the best choice to improve safety at the intersections the cameras are installed at?

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  10. Sure says:

    Surprise police consider negligent homicide in death of security guard:

    Eeeeh, there are a sh*tload of fat Redflex security guards.

    • photoradarscam says:

      I believe National and Enterprise have better policies than Hertz and Payless and other companies, but I haven’t been able to confirm this.

  11. Fermin Glime says:

    Z takiej wypożyczalni warto korzystać. Super sprawa

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