Tribune Finds Broad Faults in Chicago Traffic Cameras

Automated traffic enforcement cameras have improperly issued more than $2.4 million in fines to Chicago drivers, ticketing them when cameras were supposed to be off and when the required warning signs were confusing, obscured or missing, reports the city’s Tribune. At the same time, the system has ticketed drivers near schools without the legally required
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