How a Red-Light Camera Ticket is Reviewed

American Traffic Solutions, the vendor for Arnold's red-light cameras, released a new video on YouTube last week.

Confusion about how Arnold's red-light cameras operate has drawn a lot of attention in the city. The city's website even includes a FAQ section for the public.

In its latest bid to explain how the cameras work, American Traffic Solutions (ATS), the vendor for Arnold's red-light cameras, released a new video on YouTube last week.

In the video, ATS shows how a violation is reviewed. 

"Hopefully this video will help further explain the review process and clear up any misconceptions about how a captured event becomes an issued violation,” stated Charles Territo, vice president of communications for ATS, in a Friday news release.

The city's red-light cameras have been in the news a lot, with the most recent Patch story examining a lawsuit in Jefferson County. In September 2012, a lawsuit claiming the use of red-light cameras in Arnold is unconstitutional was dismissed in Jefferson County court.

Stephen February 25, 2013 at 06:26 PM
REVIEW??? HERE IS A LIST OF A FEW ATS "REVIEW" http://blogs.miaminewtimes.com/riptide/2012/03/woman_in_funeral_procession_ge.php VENDOR ATS! http://www.wsvn.com/features/articles/helpmehoward/MI92368/ VENDOR ATS Quote: You can see the red light cameras flashing as the funeral procession goes through 135th Street and 27th Avenue in Opa-Locka. You may have also noticed the three police officers the family hired, stopping traffic for the procession. Pedro Dominguez: "You can see my mom's hearse, the limo, everybody going through the red light at the officer's advisement. He's leading us through the red light." The limo with family members got a $158 ticket. Pedro got a $158 ticket. At least three other cars got tickets, tickets signed by an Opa-Locka police officer who left his badge number. Pedro Dominguez: "They ticketed my mother's funeral. The words just escape me." Pedro then filed an appeal with American Traffic Solutions, the Arizona company that runs the cameras. They denied his appeal. http://www.heraldtribune.com/article/20090925/COLUMNIST/909251022/2055/NEWS?Title=Sarasota-woman-s-red-light-camera-ticket-wrong-car-wrong-city (Lakeland, FL Vendor ATS)
Stephen February 25, 2013 at 06:32 PM
http://www.baynews9.com/content/news/baynews9/news/article.html/content/news/articles/bn9/2012/10/3/red_light_ticket_sna.html (Tampa Vendor ATS) Quote: But according to the Tampa Police citation, Fleming drove her moped through a red light at Gandy Blvd. and Dale Mabry on Sept. 24, at 10:37 p.m. “I was very upset about it," Fleming said. "I’m guilty now and now I have to prove that I’m innocent. That I didn’t do this.” Fleming believes she got the ticket because her license plate is similar to the plate on the seen on the red light camera photo except for one letter. "I reviewed it myself online and I could see the ‘X’ very clearly. And it was not a ‘K’,” she said. “The image on the website, it looks like a full size motorcycle. Not a moped.” http://www.clickorlando.com/news/Man-fights-red-light-camera-violation-wins/-/1637132/11826760/-/iqw1i6/-/index.html (VENDOR ATS!) Quote: He knows because he logged on to a website where images of infractions are stored and watched the video of his alleged violation. "I checked the website and you can see another car running the red light, and I'm still there. And I got the notice for running the red light." www.motorists.org www.banthecams.org camerafraud on Facebook


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