School buses are my nemeses.
- Jun 20, 2017
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- Clue's in the name
Violations are expected to begin going out in early 2020, after a 60-day break-in period.
The writer of the article actually did their homework and details some of the many bribery and corruption cases in RedFlex's recent past.Pennsylvania’s new statewide Automated Work Zone Speed Enforcement program goes online next week, eventually leading to violations and fines being sent automatically to the owners of vehicles caught speeding through road construction. ... The state transportation officials chose Arizona-based Redflex Traffic Systems Inc. for the five-year, estimated $30 million contract. The deal comes about three years after the subsidiary of Melbourne, Australia-based Redflex Holdings Group resolved a multi-state pay-to-play scandal.
Work zones monitored under the new program will be listed at workzonecameras.penndot.gov. They will be selected by a data-driven process to maximize the effectiveness of the systems and will be marked with signage in advance of the enforcement area. That data will include traffic volume, average work zone speeds and incidents of crashes, said DeFebo, from the Turnpike Commission.