Brick red-light cameras start to come down after Mayor John Ducey withdraws from pilot program

Controversial red-light cameras in the Ocean County community

Controversial red-light cameras in the Ocean County community of Brick are starting to come down after the township's mayor became the first in New Jersey to withdraw from the state's pilot program. (February 19, 2014 6:38 PM)

Controversial red-light cameras in the Ocean County community of Brick are starting to come down after the township's mayor became the first in New Jersey to withdraw from the state's pilot program.

The signs are still up at the intersection of Route 70 and Chambers Bridge Road, but the red-light cameras came down Tuesday night.

Drivers like Patti Phelps are happy to see them go. "I've...

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