Red light cameras supported by a majority of people, says FindLaw survey
The hottest issue on election ballots last month, wasn’t taxes or immigration. Voters in Cleveland voted to ban so-called red light cameras that capture motorists illegally crossing intersections during red lights. Cleveland joins several other municipalities and states that ban red light cameras. Opponents says red light cameras aren’t proven to increase safety and may simply be a revenue play for cities. But a new FindLaw survey finds that a majority of American support red light cameras, which supporters say increases safety for motorists and pedestrians.