Kansas City began its red light camera program in 2009 and for several years had 29 cameras at 17 of the city’s most treacherous intersections. But the city suspended the program in November 2013 because conflicting court rulings cast doubt on the proper enforcement approach.
Kansas City began its red light camera program in 2009 and for several years had 29 cameras at 17 of the city’s most treacherous intersections. But the city suspended the program in November 2013 because conflicting court rulings cast doubt on the proper enforcement approach. File photo by Allison Long along@kcstar.com
Kansas City began its red light camera program in 2009 and for several years had 29 cameras at 17 of the city’s most treacherous intersections. But the city suspended the program in November 2013 because conflicting court rulings cast doubt on the proper enforcement approach. File photo by Allison Long along@kcstar.com

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