Miami AZ Unanimously Rejects Redflex

October 27, 2011

Our condolences go out to Karen Finley….. well, not really. Next time you all should look for towns that don’t have internet or network television. That might leave the chance that  they can’t discover the truth about Redflex Traffic Systems.

From WarOnDriving.com:

Miami, AZ is a far cry from the city in South Florida that shares its name with.

Not very many folks pass through the town, unless they’re making a pit stop on their way from Phoenix to cooler destinations in Arizona.

They looked like an easy target to Redflex Traffic Systems, who probably thought they’d just need to convince a Barney Fife type that their cameras somehow save lives, despite all the evidence to the contrary.

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Phoenix to consider more accident-causing red light cameras

June 20, 2011

Phoenix to be converted into a Photo Fraud Zone! (Picture courtesy of Adam Nollmeyer acmephotography.net)

It’s not getting any cheaper to live in the city of Phoenix. Over the past couple years, residents have seen taxes and fees explode at the same time that jobless rates have done the same thing.

What is the city’s grand idea to improve the standard of living? Install more red light cameras!!

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Former Redflex Lobbyist Speaks Out Against Scam Tickets

February 22, 2011

This is quite a development. Mike Williams, who spent years lobbying for Redflex is going after his former company, with legislation intended to cut down on what he calls “due process violations.”

You know things are going badly when the person you relied on to pitch your admitted scam to the public is now lobbying against you.

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Loma Linda, CA Shuts Off Red Light Cameras, Extends Yellow Light Times

December 6, 2010

In a rare moment of sanity for easily manipulated City Council members, those in Loma Linda decided that, well, “enough was enough” with red light scameras.

Not only did they shut them off, but incredibly, in the name of actual safety, a full second was added to all yellow light times where the cameras were removed.

Pretend safety “experts,” Redflex Traffic Systems, who ran the Loma Linda spy camera ring were taking home the lion share of the money from the citations that were in excess of $500. And you thought your $181 ransom note from AZ DPS was profitable for the Australian operation!

Undoubtedly, just like everywhere else that yellow light times are extended and overall traffic signal timing is improved, Loma Linda is sure to see a dramatic decrease in accidents across the board. Congrats to the people of that city who will surely be happy with the exit of Redflex.


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