A survey conducted in 10 U.S. cities indicated that 76 to 80 percent of drivers strongly favor automated red light enforcement systems.
- Charlotte, North Carolina
- Fairfax, Virginia
- Mesa Arizona
- Oxnard, California
- San Francisco, California
The cities surveyed that did not employ photo enforcement were:
- Arlington, Texas
- Charlottesville, Virginia
- Fresno, California
- Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
- Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina
Use of Automated Enforcement for Red Light Violations (August 1997).
Automated Enforcement in Transportation, Institute of Transportation Engineers Report (December 1999).
Red Light Photo Enforcement Program, San Francisco Department of Parking and Traffic; San Francisco, California (March 1999).
Can We Increase the Capability of Red Light Cameras? (February 2000).
Retting, R.A. and Williams, A.F. "Public opinion regarding red light cameras
and the perceived risk of being ticketed." Traffic Engineering and Control, in press as of August 2000.
Reducing Red Light Running Crashes: A Research Perspective
Author: Retting, Richard A.
Published By: Paper presented at the 2000 ITE Annual Meeting, Nashville, Tennessee
Source Date: 6-10 August 2000
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