Red Light Cameras

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Optical Aberration - Chromatic or Color Aberration
... with the color or wavelength of the light (see dispersion), it follows that a system of lenses (uncorrected) projects images of different colors in somewhat different places and sizes and with ... If mixed light be employed (e.g ... white light) all these images are formed and since they are all ultimately intercepted by a plane (the retina of the eye, a focusing screen of a camera, etc.), they cause a confusion, named chromatic aberration for ...
Red Light Camera - Studies and Politics
... the previous 30 years in Australia, the UK, Singapore and the US, and concluded that red light cameras "improve the overall safety of intersections where they are used." While the report states that ... which compared the results of 10 controlled before-after studies of red light cameras in the US, Australia and Singapore ... Studies of red light cameras worldwide show a reduction of crashes involving injury by about 25% to 30%, taking into account increases in rear-end crashes, according to testimony from a meeting of the ...
Bill White (politician) - Mayor of Houston - Second Term
... They also report traffic light outages, issue parking citations, help clear and direct traffic around minor accidents ... Police Chief Harold Hurtt, White had 50 red-light cameras installed around Houston ... intersections were used to test the traffic cameras in September 2006 ...

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