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Motorists probably incorrectly thought traffic cameras were turned off when they blew through these red lights, say Albuquerque police.
First it was traffic lights and stop signs, but now cities are outfitting school buses with high-res cameras to catch drivers ignoring the rules of the road.
In California's Santa Monica Mountains parks are are seven stop sign cameras that the Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority (MRCA) use to help it govern the roadways of its 60,0000 acres.
A state that has recently become a symbol of excessive surveillance decides to remove all of the speed cameras on its highways. One potential reason: people weren't paying their tickets.