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Speed Cameras To Begin Issuing First Tickets Today.
October 16, 2013 7:28 AM
...Starting at 6 a.m. Wednesday, drivers will get only one warning if one of the cameras catches them speeding. After that, it’s a ticket.The first tickets, however, will be sent only to those driving 10 mph over the limit, or faster. The city will gradually lower the ticket threshold, and eventually ticket anyone going 6 mph over the limit, or faster. Fines for going 6 to 10 mph over the limit would be $35. Fines for going 11 mph over the limit or faster would be $100.....
Speed Cameras To Begin Issuing First Tickets Today « CBS ChicagoWhatever happened to common sense and personal responsibility.How Do Automated Speed Cameras Work?
As they approach a automated speed enforcement (ASE) camera detection zone, drivers will see photo enforcement signs indicating the posted speed limit, the safety zone type, the hours of camera operation.
The camera system uses a 3D tracking radar, high-resolution digital camera and high-definition video camera. The 3D radar identifies any vehicle traveling faster than the posted speed limit and triggers both the camera and the video, which caputure the event.
The first image shows the vehicle driving in excess of the speed limt. The second image shows the distance and time the vehicle has traveled. The license plate is taken from a close-up of one of the images. Addiitonal data collected includes the time, date, posted speed limit, vehicle speed, location, lane and direction of travel. A high-definition video clip of the event is provided as evidence.
City of Chicago :: How Do Automated Speed Cameras Work?
It takes 8,460 bolts to assemble an automobile, and one nut to scatter it all over the road. ~Author Unknown
But if there are short yellows, take video, and tell it too the judge.
Realistically though, people should not be following so closely that a quick stop will cause a crash. I do agree the distracted issue is huge, combining that with tailgating is the bigger issue - rather than widespread short yellows.