“Considerable Public Opposition”


Note to Redflex: It ain't getting better.

Beleaguered ticketing firm Redflex blames “considerable public opposition” for their new financial woes. The talivan and speed camera peddler earned pilfered only $442,000 for the first half of 2010.

Our guess is that cross-town ‘rival’ American Traffic Solutions isn’t doing much better: ATS is vigorously fighting any and all local attempts to end their automated ticketing scheme.

5 Responses to “Considerable Public Opposition”

  1. Mike Waters says:

    Why do I think that their largest expense was “lobbying” AKA “bribes”?

  2. oh my says:

    5 mill to fight ATS’s baloney lawsuit, and 5? mill due to the DPS contract? Doesn’t sound like lobbying to me. Sounds like pretty close to the exact amount of profit loss compared to last year.
    So far CF has failed to mention the 22 new contracts signed in the last year and also the 85% of contracts that were up for renewal that did get re-newed.

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