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American Traffic Solutions’ Hits Social Media Milestones in 2012. Road Safety messaging reaching huge audiences.
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An analysis conducted by the City of St. Louis found red-light running had decreased an average of 55 percent since program inception.
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In a review of red-light safety cameras in New Jersey, Gloucester Township saw a 95% decrease in red-light running at one location.
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Since July 2010, the Collier County red-light safety camera program has captured nearly 14,000 violations. Collier County has an exceptional payment rate of more 81 percent.
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ATS Receives Arizona Corporate Excellence (ACE) Awards as one of the fastest growing companies in the state.
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American Traffic Solutions Introduces CrossingGuard School Bus Stop Arm Violation Enforcement System to monitor and enforce traffic around a stopped school bus.
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Apr 23

American Traffic Solutions Sees Both Fleet Services and State and Local Government Solutions Growth in Q1 2014

TEMPE, AZ –More than 30 municipalities, counties and school districts selected or continued with American Traffic Solutions (ATS) as their partner to improve traffic safety at intersections, along speed corridors, bus lanes and around stopped school buses in the first three months of 2014.

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Mar 31

Top 5 Findings in New Jersey Department of Transportation 3rd Annual Red-Light Safety Camera Report

Trenton, NJ – Red-light safety cameras turned in another year of positive results at intersections in New Jersey, and trends show “driver behavior is being modified,” according to the recently issued New Jersey Department of Transportation’s (NJDOT) third annual analysis of the photo enforcement program.

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Mar 28

New Jersey Department of Transportation Report Touts Red-Light Camera Benefits: Recommends Continuation of Pilot Program

Trenton, NJ – Red-light safety cameras turned in another year of positive results at intersections in New Jersey, and trends show “driver behavior is being modified,” according to the New Jersey Department of Transportation’s (NJDOT) third annual analysis of the photo enforcement program. According to the report, “Further sustained analysis is needed and the Department recommends that the Traffic Control Signal Monitoring Systems Pilot Program continue.”

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Feb 25

American Traffic Solutions ha publicado un video como anuncio de servicio al público para crear conciencia acerca del programa de las cámaras de seguridad en los semáforos en Florida

Tempe, AZ – American Traffic Solutions (ATS), líder proveedor de cámaras de seguridad en semáforos en Florida y América del Norte, ha publicado un video como anuncio de servicio al público acerca del programa de las cámaras de seguridad en los semáforos.

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Feb 25

American Traffic Solutions Releases Video PSA to Raise Public Awareness about Florida’s Red-Light Safety Camera Program

TEMPE, AZ – American Traffic Solutions (ATS), Florida and North America’s leading red-light safety camera provider, has released a public service announcement video about Florida’s Red-Light Safety Camera program.

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Feb 10

Statement of American Traffic Solutions on OPPAGA Report Release

Tempe, AZ: Statement of American Traffic Solutions on OPPAGA Report Release

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Feb 06

Craig Cheatle Joins American Traffic Solutions Fleet Services as Vice President Sales

Tempe, AZ – American Traffic Solutions (ATS) Fleet Services is pleased to announce that Craig Cheatle has joined the company as Vice President Sales.

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Jan 03

Florida’s Highway Safety Report Finds Crashes Continue to Decrease at Red-Light Safety Camera Intersections

Tallahassee, FL — For the second consecutive year, red-light cameras are reducing dangerous intersection crashes in a majority of cities and towns in Florida using red-light safety cameras, according to a new study released by the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles.

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Dec 31

Muertes en Florida por cruzar semáforos en rojo han disminuido un 27%

Miami, FL – Conductores en Florida están cambiando sus comportamientos y los resultados están salvando vidas. Según las estadísticas de accidentes copilado por el Centro Nacional de Estadísticas y Análisis (NCSA, por sus siglas en ingles), una sección de la Administración Nacional de Seguridad Vial, el número de muertes por cruzar semáforos en rojo ha disminuido un 27 por ciento del 2011 al 2012, con 83 – 61 muertes respectivamente.

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Dec 30

Florida Red-Light Running Fatalities Decrease By 27%

Miami, FL – Florida drivers are changing their behavior and the results are savings lives. According to crash statistics compiled by the National Center for Statistics and Analysis (NCSA), an office of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the number of fatalities from red-light running crashes decreased 27 percent from 2011 to 2012, 83-61 fatalities respectively.

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