Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Update on Corrupt Traffic Practices in D.C.

That includes both red-light cameras and the dreaded parking meter. Note, if you mess up and overstay at some meters in D.C. the fine can be $100.00. Also, note this excerpt:
In a March 11 memo to council members, ATS, the new company hired to operate the cameras for the city, admits that at least two of the ten fixed speed cameras have fallen out of calibration over the past eight months. The company refuses to disclose their location for fear the tickets would be overturned by a court.
Wow, how screwed up and corrupt is that. Do you think D.C. really cares? They're generating revenue, and that's what it's all about.

Kid H.

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