A ton of data, murky answers on Tucson’s defunct red-light cameras | Government and politics | tucson.com

…the collision data suggest a trend that might be counter-intuitive to some: Collisions at the intersections didn’t increase after the cameras went dark, and may have actually declined.

I have always felt–but could not prove–that red light photo enforcement was beneficial, far better than photo speed enforcement. But I have been highly critical of the Scottsdale Police Department for making claims about our red light photo enforcement that are not supported by critical analysis of the data.

Source: A ton of data, murky answers on Tucson’s defunct red-light cameras | Government and politics | tucson.com

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  1. ‘Apprehensive..’ of ANYTHING that comes from the Scottsdale Police Department, and dicey ‘Leader,’ Rodbell. An understatement to be sure. In most cities of consequence the Police are well regarded, not here.

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