Speed cameras in school zones within the city limits of Soperton in southeast Georgia’s Treutlen County are raking in the.
Cities continue to rake in the cash with school zone speed cameras, a public-private partnership that draws the ire of.
Beginning October 1, a number of school zones in Effingham County will utilize unmanned speed detection devices to fine speeders..
The Guyton City Council voted Tuesday night to approve the placement of privatized speed zone cameras in school zones inside.
A Republican measure to make it easier for local governments to generate revenue gained approval in the House of Representatives.
The prevalence of small municipalities using privately-owned speed detection cameras to slash speeds and generate revenue is a practice that.
The placement of privately-owned speed detection cameras in cities across the state are helping municipalities generate revenue with no effort.