Monthly Archives: March 2011
A lot of you probably read the article yesterday about speed cameras on I-95 in Ridgeland, South Carolina from the AP. How long till these show up on Long Island? Furthermore, I wonder how long till we have cameras on … Continue reading
Found this on Nassau’s red light camera FAQ page: Has the County lengthened or shortened the timing of yellow lights? The goal is public safety. A yellow light that is too short OR one that is too long can increase … Continue reading
Nassau’s red light camera website has a page with a few videos of accidents recorded by red light cameras when someone blew the light. Seems to me like most of these were people who simply weren’t paying attention at all, … Continue reading
Just saw it today, which means Nassau has started adding the 50 new cameras they approved a few weeks ago. The ink wasn’t even dry! If anyone sees any others please add them using the ‘Add New Camera‘ link.
I read an interesting article the other day about red light cameras, with a debate about whether they’re good for safety or just good for generating revenue. Some things pointed out by the author: Rear-end collisions at camera intersections are … Continue reading
Another useful piece of info from the Newsday article I linked the other day is about the yellow light durations. Here’s a quote: The county’s coordinator of traffic safety, Christopher Mistron, said the amber lights last about 4 seconds, on … Continue reading