Case headed to Supreme Court.
Toledo is missing out on another source of revenue, and if properly enforced, will actually make driving safer over revenue enhancement. (Remember, the city’s reasoning for increasing camera enforcement was safety and not revenue.) The exit
Says state would be in contempt of court if it reduced funding to Toledo.
Victory could be short-lived if Kasich signs bill.
Requires officer to witness red-light or speeding violations.
Bill requiring officer to witness violation could end red light cameras.
UPDATE: House panel approves bill for full Senate vote COLUMBUS — Supporters of automated traffic-enforcement cameras argued Tuesday that a vote to effectively kill the programs protects law-breakers at the expense of the safety of the
The Wood County sheriff's office has beefed up traffic-enforcement patrols to pay special attention to impaired drivers, speeders, and seat-belt violators. The patrols will run through Labor Day and are made possible by a grant from the Ohio
The Toledo Police Department is conducting a city-wide traffic enforcement blitz through Feb. 4. The effort is partially funded by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration through a grant administered by the State of Ohio Department of
Officers start week-long enforcement blitz on select roadways.