Today’s Headlines

  • “Zombie” Bill to Kill Red Light, Speeding Cameras Comes Back to Life (CPR)
  • Filmed Case of Road Rage Leads to Crash, ABC7 Still Calls It an Accident
  • DenPo Reader: Keep Shuttles on 16th Street Mall or I’ll Shop in the Suburbs
  • People on Cargo Bikes Deliver Groceries in Food Dessert (Wash Park Profile)
  • School Bus Driver Who Crashed Had Previous Safety Citations (Daily Camera)
  • Transportation Effects One Reason the West Isn’t Prepared for Climate Change Threats (HCN)

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  • rorojo

    Speed cameras that are used to actually slow people down are OK in my book. A halo effect around in the areas using the cameras is better than no effect. Paint them bright pink if need be.

    Clandestine, unpredictable cameras that do not create a halo effect but that are used to generate revenue are lame and are bad PR for safer streets initiatives.

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