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  • Emanuel may refund fines on 2.9-second yellows

    Emanuel may refund fines on 2.9-second yellows
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel on Wednesday said he's not ruling out refunds on 77,000 tickets drivers got after his administration quietly lowered the city's three-second yellow light standard earlier this year.
  • How Chicago's red light ticketing turned yellow lights into cash

     How Chicago's red light ticketing turned yellow lights into cash
    Confronted with questions about a flurry of red light camera tickets stamped with yellow times below the 3-second minimum, Mayor Rahm Emanuel's administration said the fluctuation of hundredths of a second was normal — imperceptible to anyone behind...

    City's yellow light change caught 77,000 drivers

    City's yellow light change caught 77,000 drivers
    The Emanuel administration quietly issued a new, shorter yellow light standard this spring that generated 77,000 red light camera tickets that would not have been allowed before the rule change, the city inspector general announced Friday. The...

    Ex-CEO of red light camera company pleads not guilty in bribery case

    Ex-CEO of red light camera company pleads not guilty in bribery case
    The former CEO of Chicago's fired red light camera vendor, Redflex Traffic Systems Inc., pleaded not guilty Wednesday to federal charges that she helped orchestrate a decadelong $2million bribery scheme to win and grow the largest automated traffic...

    Kraft hires investigators for Baltimore speed camera probe

    Kraft hires investigators for Baltimore speed camera probe
    City Councilman James B. Kraft says he’s hired two investigators to help complete a City Council probe of Baltimore’s troubled speed camera system.   Two paralegals -– who are paid $32 and $26 per hour, respectively –- from the...