Speed Cameras

2 Investigators: Some Profitable Speed Cameras Are Nowhere Near Schools, ParksWhat are they really for? CBS 2's Pam Zekman reports.
Lawsuit Accuses City Of "Skipping A Step" In Red Light And Speed Camera TicketingCash-strapped Chicago should be forced to refund $600 million in red-light and speed camera tickets dating back to 2003 because it “skipped a step” and denied motorists due process, a lawsuit filed Monday argues.
Driver Accuses City Of Illegally Issuing Speed Camera Tickets On Non-School DaysA Chicago motorist has filed a lawsuit demanding millions of dollars in refunds for tickets issued by school zone speed cameras on days when classes were not in session.
Speed Cameras Net City $50M Less Than ExpectedGood behavior is bad for the budget. Real bad, reports CBS 2 Chief Correspondent Jay Levine.
Speed Cameras To Be Installed In 12 New AreasThe city has named 12 new locations it will install speed cameras at through the fall.
Rahm Puts Brakes On Motorcade; Caught Speeding, Running LightsMayor Rahm Emanuel was trying to put reports of his motorcade speeding near schools and running red lights behind him on Wednesday.
Jefferson Park Speed Cameras To Start Issuing TicketsThe cameras were placed at 5471 W. Higgins Ave. last month, and have been issuing warnings since then.
City's Red Light Camera Revenue Continues To DropFigures obtained by The Expired Meter website showed the number of red light camera tickets issued in 2013 dropped 5 percent compared to 2012, and were down 20 percent over the last five years.
Revolt Brewing Over Chicago's Traffic Cameras Citizens Against Red Light Cameras –- now including speed cameras –- have gathered 52,000 signatures on a petition to call on the City Council to abolish the cameras. CBS 2's Mike Parker reports.
Speed Cameras To Issue Tickets Near Prosser AcademyDrivers will officially be ticketed beginning Saturday if they’re caught speeding by traffic cameras near Prosser Career Academy High School in the Northwest Side Belmont Cragin neighborhood.
Group Collecting Signatures To Abolish Red Light, Speed Cameras A group trying to do away with red light and speed cameras says it's about halfway to its goal of collecting 100,000 signatures from voters, reports WBBM's Mike Krauser.
City Transportation Commissioner ResigningChicago Transportation Commissioner Gabe Klein -- best known for spearheading the mayor's effort to make the city more bike friendly, and for bringing speed cameras to city streets -- is stepping down to return to the private sector.