Sheridan’s Fight Is Over … For Now

In a move that frankly should surprise no one, the City of Sheridan used procedural manuevers to ensure the public does not get a say in what city officials are doing with Photo Enforcement.  Denver Post Reports that the Colorado Court of Appeals rules against the “Ban It Sheridan” group. While Ban It Sheridan had …

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Study Finds Yellow Time Most Effective At Curbing Red Light Running

We’re still here at Denver Scameras – It’s just been pretty buys on a personal level, so hence the lack of updates.  I’d love to keep this project going, so if anyone is interesting in helping out, please let me know. From our friends at The Newspaper, a new study confirms what we’ve known for …

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Denver Needs Another Five Years of Revenue Enhancement

As the Denver Post recently brought to our attention, the City of Denver is in the process of signing off on a five year deal with the inaccurate ACS/Xerox contractor.  This five year deals includes more red light scameras and more deployment of dangerous speed scameras.  As usual, contact your city council and go right …

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Denver, Hungry For More Revenue

It looks like the City of Denver has decided that they aren’t making enough money off red light cameras and photo radar.  The Denver Post reports that they are extending the contract an additional six months and will be seeking additional proposals to expand the system.  If you’re like me, this should infuriate you to …

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Aurora Shows Us Why Red Light Camera’s Don’t Work

Aurora is obviously running scared.  There were two separate articles about Aurora since the scamera ban bill passed committee.  First off, we have an article where the mayor is trying to use fear-mongering to state that if the program is shuttered that social services will suffer.  On that point I have a suggestion to Aurora …

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ACS/Xerox – As accurate as can be

Obviously this heading is sarcastic, but read the latest from TechDirt about what’s going with the system in Baltimore.  As you may know, Baltimore contracted with ACS/Xerox to run their system and was later replaced by another pirate firm.  Frankly this internal audit from URS Corp should give great concern to our city leaders.  Why …

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