The $38.75 million settlement will offer 50 percent refunds to 1.2 million motorists
As part of the $38.75M settlement, the city also agreed not to use any of the 1.5 million tickets in suspending driver’s license or booting vehicles.
The mayor of Hillside defended the suburb’s lucrative red-light-camera program Monday after critics questioned where the fine revenues go.
A WATCHDOGS/ABC7 SPECIAL REPORT: Red-light cameras now bring suburbs more revenue than they do the city of Chicago, amid questions about accuracy.
Chicago drivers should start to slow down and respect traffic laws. A yellow light is a sign to slow down, not speed up.
Ald. Anthony Beale wants what he demanded two years ago, but didn’t get: a federal study of the duration of yellow lights.
The city will triple the grace period to three-tenths of a second after the light turns red, based on the results of a Northwestern University study.