New Jersey’s Transportation Department officials have discovered fewer crashes at intersections equipped with red-light cameras in the state.
But the report also says the sample dimension is too small to draw conclusions.
Officials say crashes have been down 27 % at 22 intersections in which the cameras have been in operation for at least 2 total years. A lot more dangerous correct-angle accidents have dropped 60 % and rear-finish crashes had been diminished by 7 %.
New Jersey Assemblyman Declan O’Scanlon, who is a vocal critic of the plan, tells The Star-Ledger of Newark 9 intersections that do not have cameras and had been utilised as a control group had an general crash reduction charge of almost 46 %.
The state must choose whether to keep the units just before the 5-year red-light camera pilot plan ends on Dec. sixteen.
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