A new review of red-light safety camera violations issued in New Jersey shows driver behavior is changing. The analysis tracks red-light running violation counts in 18 townships with ATS cameras since the beginning of each program through the end 2012. Findings include reductions in average violations per camera coupled with a very low percentage of vehicles receiving more than one violation. Both results show behavior is changing and more drivers are stopping on red.
The state of New Jersey began using red-light safety cameras in February of 2010. New Jersey currently has (168) red-light safety cameras at (51) intersections.
The analysis looked at red-light running violation data collected from red-light safety cameras in: Brick Township, Deptford, East Brunswick, East Windsor, Glassboro, Gloucester Township, Jersey City, Lawrence Township, Linden, Monroe, Palisades Park, Piscataway, Pohatcong Township, Rahway, Roselle Park, Union Township, Wayne Township and Woodbridge.
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