Melbourne hits brakes on red-light ca...

Melbourne hits brakes on red-light cameras

There are 2 comments on the Florida Today story from Aug 16, 2013, titled Melbourne hits brakes on red-light cameras. In it, Florida Today reports that:

And they're out: Melbourne intersections will remain free of red-light cameras because of state legislation that the city council agreed makes the program too complicated -- and possibly too costly -- to implement.

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Pam

Melbourne, FL

#1 Aug 17, 2013
See ya. Should have never been installed.
Okie Dopey

Melbourne, FL

#2 Aug 17, 2013
Yep so how much money did the city waste on this project which has always been in question concerning legality and effectiveness?
And how much to take the cameras down now? Come on FT do some real reporting for God's saks..

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