Automated red light enforcement systems have reduced right-angle crashes by 32 percent in Victoria, Australia; and decreased crash frequency by 47 percent and red light violations by 53 percent in Howard County, Maryland.

Experience with automated enforcement systems in Maryland and Australia.

January/February 2000
Howard County; Maryland; United States; Statewide; Victoria; Australia

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This article contains a brief summary of experience with red light camera enforcement systems.


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Can We Increase the Capability of Red Light Cameras?

Author: Hansen, Glenn

Published By: ITS World

Source Date: January/February 2000


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photo enforcement, red light cameras, red light running, automated enforcement, traffic signals, run red lights, RLR, red light runners, photo-red

Benefit ID: 2000-00140