City of San Mateo Shutters Its Red Light Camera SystemThe city of San Mateo is ditching its red light cameras and dismissing hundreds of citations after one of its cameras malfunctioned, city leaders said Thursday.
Fremont Begins Refunding Some Drivers Who Received Red Light TicketsMore than 600 drivers in Fremont who received tickets for running red lights last year are getting some of their money back, following a KPIX 5 investigation.
Fremont Offers Refunds For Red-Light Tickets Due To Shortened Yellow TimeWhat difference does seven-tenths of a second make? For two intersections in Fremont that suddenly churned out hundreds of red light tickets to drivers --- the answer nearly half a million dollars.
San Rafael Giving Up On Traffic Cameras That Catch Red-Light RunnersThe City of San Rafael is calling it quits on a five-year program to snapshot drivers who run red lights because police say it didn’t make much of a safety impact.
California Red Light Camera Critics Say Yellow Lights Change Too QuicklyCritics of California's red light cameras say drivers are getting way too many citations and are backing a bill that would change the system by extending the length of yellow lights.
Belmont Becomes 3rd Bay Area City To Remove Red Light CamsCiting high costs for drivers and an increase in traffic accidents, the Belmont City Council voted this week to get rid of the city's red light cameras. Earlier this year, Redwood City and Hayward have removed their cameras.
Newark Red Light Camera Ticket Dismissed; Technicality May Mean Millions In RefundsA Bay Area woman who got caught running a red light beat her traffic ticket, and her case could mean thousands of other drivers may also be due refunds.
Hayward To Get Rid Of Red Light CamerasThe city council voted on Tuesday night to get rid of the devices immediately, rather than wait for the contract with a vendor to expire.
Phil Matier: Will Oakland Install More Red Light Cameras? Oakland city officials are considering a controversial plan to double the number of red light cameras in the city, but the questions are, are they simply doing it for the revenue and who will get the bulk of the money?
Palo Alto Lawmaker's Bill Would Restrict Use Of Red-Light CamerasThe state Senate has approved restrictions on governments’ use of traffic cameras to catch drivers who run red lights.