State lawmaker taking on New Jersey's red light cameras

Assemblyman Declan O'Scanlon wants the red light camera program suspended again.The program was suspended recently amid concerns that the lights were not timed correctly, which

TRENTON - Assemblyman Declan O'Scanlon wants the red light camera program suspended again.

The program was suspended recently amid concerns that the lights were not timed correctly, which led to unfair tickets for drivers.

The lights were all re-certified more than a week ago, but O'Scanlon says the approach to re-certify all the red light cameras was flawed and questionable.

A lawsuit has been filed against New Jersey's red light camera program.

Class-action lawsuit to challenge NJ's red light cameras

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