New Website Takes Aim at Redflex Traffic Systems

April 14, 2010

It used to be so much easier to sweep these things under the rug, eh mates? Australia’s Redflex Traffic Systems (ASX:RDF) has had enough trouble brushing off all the bad press and embarrassments, but now the highlights have been chronicled for all to see on

This website could easily serve as a guide for ordinary citizens or even elected officials to object to lobbying efforts by this foreign, for profit organization. With Redflex’s days in AZ coming to a close soon, they are undoubtedly scrambling to find more municipalities that don’t mind having the wool pulled over their eyes about this dangerous system of “enforcement.” People of California, are you paying attention?

If your city is currently under surveillance by Redflex, mentioning this website at the next City Council meeting is a great way to educate those who still believe the “It’s All About Safety” rhetoric.

Sign Wave Today near ASU!

April 8, 2010


On Friday, the patriots of CameraFraud once again come together at one of the most notorious and sinister RedFlex intersections in the valley, University & Rural next to ASU.  Come out and show your support by demonstrating with us on the corner.  Lets remind all the ASU students and Tempe residents about the combo scameras (speed & redlight) at this dangerous intersection.

These “combo” cameras are much more dangerous than regular speed cameras because they get you whether you are stuck in the intersection (like during heavy traffic) or whether you speed up slightly to avoid being in the intersection on red.  (Tail I win.. Heads you lose..) Or you could resort to what many drivers do and slam on their breaks before approaching the sensors- and cause a rear-end collision…  Combo cameras are yet another deadly reason why the scameras need to be coming down in November…

Come out and show your support Friday afternoon; we’ll be starting around 5pm and going till at least 6pm.

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