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As many motorists have suspected, the red light cameras located at various intersections, may not be fair to drivers. Motorists have complained that the red lights pop up before they can safely come to a stop. Shortening the yellow light time will obviously cause more drivers to pass a red light. Now, officials from The New Jersey Department of Transportation have found that 21 cities in their state may have done just that.
Investigators have found that 63 of 85 photo ticketing intersections did not meet the legal requirements for the timing of yellow lights, causing drivers to be ticketed. Officials have now prohibited ticketing at these locations until the lights can be recertified.
Speaking of the problem, The New Jersey Department of Transportation issued a statement saying: