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DOT traffic camera rules under legislative scrutiny

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DOT traffic camera rules under legislative scrutiny

By O. Kay Henderson Late this morning a legislative panel will review Iowa DOT rules that would restrict the use of traffic enforcement cameras on state-maintained highways. The rules could spell the end for traffic cameras on Interstate 380 in Cedar Rapids, on Interstate 29 in Sioux City and Interstate 235 in Des Moines if local officials cannot convince […]

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