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NEW RULES TAKE EFFECT WEDNESDAY REGARDING TRAFFIC CAMERAS IN THE STATE OF IOWA.

THE IOWA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION WILL TAKE OVER DECISIONS ON WHERE SPEED AND RED LIGHT CAMERAS ARE ALLOWED TO BE PLACED BY CITIES AND COUNTIES ON STATE-SUPERVISED HIGHWAYS AND INTERSTATES.

CAPTAIN MEL WILLIAMS OF THE SIOUX CITY POLICE SAYS MANY OF THE  CAMERAS CURRENTLY IN PLACE ARE AFFECTED:


OC…INTERSTATE 29. :16

THE NEW RULES COULD MEAN THAT THE CAMERAS AT GORDON DRIVE AND NEBRASKA WILL GO, BUT THE ONES A BLOCK AWAY AT PIERCE AND GORDON DRIVE COULD STAY:


OC……BY THESE RULES. ;22

BUT WILLIAMS SAYS DIRECTOR PAUL TROMBINO OF THE IOWA D-O-T HAS NOT LOOKED FAVORABLY ON THE CAMERA SYSTEMS:


OC…..STATE OF IOWA. ;09

WILLIAMS SAYS AS THE RULES NOW STAND, THE CITY WILL HAVE A COUPLE OF MONTHS TO FILE REPORTS ON THE RED LIGHT CAMERAS BEFORE A DECISION WOULD BE MADE TO TAKE ANY OF THEM DOWN.

THE INTERSTATE SPEED CAMERA USE WOULD END ON WEDNESDAY.

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