“Government Sanctioned Theft” Ends as Red Light Cameras Turn Off in New Jersey

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog

It’s after midnight, Save Jerseyans, and until further notice, New Jersey’s red light cameras are NOT operational for lack of permission to do so from the New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT). Merry Christmas!

The only folks not thrilled about it? The private (and public) sectors folks who profited handsomely from them. Only coal in their stockings this year…

A great overview of the now defunct program – and its problems – from NJTV:

 

5 thoughts on ““Government Sanctioned Theft” Ends as Red Light Cameras Turn Off in New Jersey

  1. Also congratulations to John Day for the tireless work he did in raising public awareness on this issue.

  2. Let’s not mistake the wolf in sheeps clothing: they entice you with safety but it’s all about the REVENUE! How are we going to generate more $$$ to pay all these handsome salaries? Why doesn’t everybody just work for the State? The gimmick was good while it lasted!

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