Earlier this year, the Iowa City City Council approved adding the cameras to several intersections, but over the summer the DOT established new guidelines and won't approve the city's request for cameras.More >>
Earlier this year, the Iowa City City Council approved adding the cameras to several intersections, but over the summer the DOT established new guidelines and won't approve the city's request for cameras until new criteria are met.More >>
A new study from the U.S. Public Interest Research Group cites cities that outsource traffic surveillance cameras to outside companies. According to the study one out of every five Americans lives in a community paying a for-profit company to install & operate traffic cameras. As many as 700 cities across the U.S. outsource their street and highway camera systems and about half of states have authorized use of traffic cameras.More >>
Waterloo could be getting traffic cameras sometime soon. They would be used to catch speeders and red light runners. Two companies are bidding for the camera installation. One of the companies is basedMore >>
DES MOINES (KWWL) -
A bill that would prevent cities from keeping fines from traffic cameras is going forward in the statehouse.
On Tuesday, a legislative subcommittee approved a bill that would require cities to turn over all fines to a road use fund.
The bill is now moving to the full transportation committee.
Legislators are also considering bills that would ban the use of cameras statewide.
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