Written by Jacklyn Corley
A Monmouth County legislator wants public support to halt New Jersey’s red light camera program. Assemblyman Declan O’Scanlon (R-13) created an online petition for those against the cameras to voice their opposition.
"It’s time the people running the program knew just how many New Jerseyans are opposed to these corrupt devices," O’Scanlon said in a press release issued Tuesday. "It’s time for this program to go and I hope to get a loud outcry of support through this petition."
O’Scanlon, a frequent critic of the red light program, released video last month of traffic signals at intersections with cameras having a shorter yellow light times than allowed by law.