Activists on a campaign to get rid of red light and speed cameras in Chicago are out protesting today, buoyed by the Tribune’s analyses that found thousands of people may be due refunds for tickets they didn’t deserve.
Xerox will replace the previous vendor, Redflex Traffic Solutions. The change is expected to save the city $50 million, according to a news release.
Signs at one red-light camera intersection in Melrose Park say right turns on red are OK after a complete stop, but drivers are wary. CBS 2 Pamela Jones reports.