Speeding fines are the same whether motorists are stopped by a deputy or get a citation in the mail through the photo radar program. Fines are $135 for exceeding the speed limit by 10 mph; $183 for 11-15 mph; $202 for 16-20 mph; $222 for 21-25; $235 for 26-30 mph; and $356 for 31-45 mph. Drivers could be arrested for going more than 46 mph over the posted limit. Photo enforced locations are set to trigger a picture flash for 11 MPH over the speeding limit.
Arizona leads all U.S. States with a total of 51 active photo enforced speed camera locations that are currently in our database. From this we can reasonably assume that Arizona has nearly 1/3 of all speed cameras that currently exist in the U.S. Here is a summary of our current totals that are in our database.
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The case is a consolidation of suits filed on behalf of about 300,000 ticketed drivers in 14 cities and Los Angeles County, plaintiffs' lawyers said Thursday. The cities include San Francisco, Santa Rosa, Redwood City and Cupertino.
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Philadelphia - http://www.nbc10.com/news/17706251/detail.html
San Diego - http://www.cbs8.com/story.php?id=141872#
Scottsdale, AZ based ATS is the largest independent, privately held company providing photo traffic enforcement services in North America. The company's 2007-08 quarterly compound revenue growth rate exceeded 80 percent. Photo traffic enforcement is now used in approximately 300 communities in 25 American states and the District of Columbia. ATS currently serves more than 125 municipalities in 18 states, the District of Columbia and the Province of Alberta, Canada. New York City, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., Houston, Fort Worth, Phoenix, St. Louis, Seattle and San Diego are all ATS customers. ATS Traffic Solutions http://www.atsol.com largest competitor is Australia based Red Flex group http://www.redflex.com.
The Illinois State Police photo vans are capable of identifying scores of speeding scofflaws across multiple lanes of traffic in only a few minutes, ringing up minimum $375 speeding tickets that are sent in the mail for the work-zone violations. It's a process law-enforcement officials say is much more efficient—and safer for police officers—than pulling over individual speeders as traffic rushes past.
In addition, it's a mystery to drivers how much leeway is given above the 45 m.p.h. construction zone speed limit. Does going 50 m.p.h. trigger a ticket, or do you have to be speeding at 10 m.p.h. above the work zone speed limit? The answer changes from one jurisdiction to another.
CHICAGO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ANNOUNCES PHOTO-ENFORCED HAND HELD ISSUED PARKING TICKETS
Photos Mailed to Registered Owners Will
Also Be Available On-line
The Department of Revenue announced today that it will begin including pictures of certain parking ticket violations in notices mailed to registered owners. Parking tickets issued by the Department of Revenue will be supported by photos showing the violations.
The initial enforcement will include violations issued for missing, expired or improperly displayed license plates, city stickers, and residential parking permits. The photographs will be taken by camera-enabled handheld ticket issuance devices, and will be recorded at the time the tickets are issued.
"No one likes to get parking tickets," said Revenue Director Bea Reyna-Hickey. "However, when motorists are provided strong evidence that a violation occurred, they can either promptly pay or contest the ticket."
"It's been our experience that sometimes well meaning people who never intended to violate the law, need to see this reminder," she added.
"It's important that people adhere to our parking laws if we're to provide every neighborhood with adequate parking and protect their safety."
Parking Ticket Photo Enforcement