Camera Fraud Article: ATS Profit Over Safety Scheme Continues
Just follow the law and you’ll have nothing to worry about, right? Someone should tell ATS about this little maxim. Breaking signage laws and operating as a vigilante ticketing scheme in Tucson isn’t enough for ATS these days. Now they’re taking their dangerous tactics to Baytown, TX. ATS, in a fit of jealously over Redflex’s ability to shorten yellow light times in Paradise Valley, has been using the same tactic in Baytown, TX.
By shortening the yellow interval at several intersections, they are violating Texas state law TXDOT 707, but that doesn’t concern a criminal organization. However, it should concern the citizens of Baytown. Recently the same illegal and dangerous shortening of yellow times was caught in League City, TX. That city was forced to pay back 1,700 tickets.
Baytown residents will get the chance to vote (are you listening Gov. Brewer?) down their red light cameras in November, thanks to the efforts of SaferBaytown.com.