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Drivers in Livonia beware: You might get a reminder of how fast you drive around town starting this spring

By David Veselenak The Livonia Police Department is finalizing the purchase of a portable device that can detect and display speeds from motorists who pass by. The display, which can attach to street signs, is portable and operates similar to speed radar trailers. The idea behind it, Sgt. Joe Boitos of the Livonia Police Department […]

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Radar trailer aims to curb speeding

BOZEMAN, Mont. By Elizabeth George Spring is underway and, for the Bozeman Police Department, that means rolling out a tool to help residents figure out where drivers are speeding in town and where they need to increase patrols to crack down. More from NBC Montana A digital speed limit sign that uses radar to record […]

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Aldermen approve radar signs for Ohio Street

March 17, 2015 10:00 pm CARA SPOTO [email protected] RACINE — Radar-enabled speed limit signs will soon be making an appearance on a stretch of Ohio Street near Lockwood Park. After more than six months of debate over whether to spend $8,000 on a traffic study to address a reported speeding problem on the roadway, aldermen […]

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City, school district will build a safer route to Mabel Rush Elementary

City projects — Project scheduled for the summer will provide several safety and bicycle improvements onsite and on Deborah Road Written by Colin Staub Wednesday, 18 March 2015 Several improvements promoting safe transportation are planned for construction at Mabel Rush Elementary School and its surrounding streets. Two flashing school zone signs will be installed along […]

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Will radar cams help slow high-speed corridors?

Lawmakers in the Oregon House began hearing a bill Monday to allow certain high-speed corridors have photo-radar devices By Kohr Harlan and KOIN 6 News Staff Published: March 9, 2015, 3:10 pm Updated: March 9, 2015, 5:10 pm PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN 6) — The intersection of Barbur Boulevard and SW Miles has earned the dubious […]

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Bill in Salem would let safety cameras nab speeders on high-crash streets

By Michael Andersen (News Editor) BikePortland.org Portland’s 10 high-crash corridors would be dotted with radar cameras that automatically detect excessive speeding, under a proposed law due for its first public hearing on Monday. House Bill 2621 would apply only to the City of Portland, and only on streets with crash rates more than 25 percent […]

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LAPD Skid Row Shooting Brings Focus to Body Camera Technology

By Jon Schuppe and Andrew Blankstein NBC The Los Angeles Police Department’s fatal shooting of a man on the city’s infamous Skid Row is bringing new focus to the use of officer-worn body cameras, a widely embraced but largely untested tool aimed at improving law enforcement’s relationship with the public. At least two officers at […]

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New generation of digital speed cameras activated in Auckland

The New Zealand Herald A third new-generation digital speed camera has been activated in Auckland today. The fixed speed camera went live in Otahuhu, Great South Rd, replacing an existing camera at the site which used older technology. The new cameras use a dual radar system allowing them to monitor up to six lanes of […]

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Kensington making move to slow down motorists

The Journal Pioneer By Mike Carson KENSINGTON – Kensington will spend more than $17,000 on electric speed radar signs to slow down traffic travelling in the community. Town council’s public safety committee held discussions and initially recommended the purchase of three speed signs but has since opted for a fourth. One sign will be placed […]

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DeSoto County Sheriff asks lawmakers to allow radar guns

DESOTO COUNTY, MS (WMC) – By Michael Clark Speeding drivers in DeSoto County pay no attention to deputies armed with radar guns because they know officers can’t stop them. DeSoto County Deputy Greg Smith caught several speeders, including an 18-wheeler going 62 miles per hour in an area where the speed limit is 45 miles […]

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