Center for Transportation Studies University of Minnesota
This two-page document examines how Minnesota can reduce deaths
and injuries on its roadways—along with the significant
financial cost of traffic crashes—using automated
enforcement. Additionally, it looks at the challenges of
implementing automated enforcement for speeding and
red-light running and how to overcome them.
Adams, John S.; VanDrasek, Barbara.
Automated Enforcement of Red-Light Running and Speeding Laws in Minnesota: Bridging Technology and Public Policy.
Center for Transportation Studies University of Minnesota.
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