Arizona is rolling out quite a number of new automated speed and red light cameras, an expansion which is expected to continue. See the article here.
Cutting down on speeding around here is a good thing (130mph??). But what's always worrying about such technologies is their function creep. Also, they're a technical fix that doesn't consider why people are driving so much and have to go so far (urban planning) and have to get there so quickly. Broader, and deeper, social questions.
Of course, do the cameras work?
Here's the Independent from London this summer.
A place for antiheroic technology
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