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Old 05-07-2010, 01:46 PM
 
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The cameras are most lilely a home land security set up. They can be used to spy on folks, which raises a 1st Amendment issue.
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Old 10-21-2010, 11:05 PM
 
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I got one in the mail last month that was for a violation over TWO years ago! WTF?! It was like 2 wks after i moved to SA and it was obvious that it was an accident cause my speed was listed as 19 MPH. I was looking around trying to find Harbor Freight dangit!
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Old 07-10-2011, 04:38 PM
 
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Red light cameras are ALL OVER San Antonio! In Most Light that are in "Big streets" From West to East, North to South. I did hear Many don't work & are just there too scare you! My mom got a ticket in the mail months ago from those dumb cameras so some do work! Does anyone know if the cameras on Culebra & Zarzamora work because I accedentaly passed on red yesterday:/// lol
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Old 07-10-2011, 04:46 PM
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Red light cameras are ALL OVER San Antonio!
^No they're not.
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Only in Balcones Heights (http://www.ksat.com/news/11604240/detail.html - broken link). After those went in, the state lege changed the laws and made it unprofitable for cities to have private companies install these cameras and collect the fines.
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In Most Light that are in "Big streets" From West to East, North to South. I did hear Many don't work & are just there too scare you! My mom got a ticket in the mail months ago from those dumb cameras so some do work! Does anyone know if the cameras on Culebra & Zarzamora work because I accedentaly passed on red yesterday:/// lol
^This is not correct, either.
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I have been informed that within the San Antonio city limits, the cameras mounted on top of traffic signals are not capable of taking pictures for light violations. They are used by the Traffic Control center to monitor traffic flow. This is within the San Anotnio city limits, I am not speaking of other places such as Balcones Heights.
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Old 07-10-2011, 07:10 PM
 
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Red light cameras are ALL OVER San Antonio! In Most Light that are in "Big streets" From West to East, North to South. I did hear Many don't work & are just there too scare you! My mom got a ticket in the mail months ago from those dumb cameras so some do work! Does anyone know if the cameras on Culebra & Zarzamora work because I accedentaly passed on red yesterday:/// lol
I think posts #11 & #29 in this thread give about the best summary of what many people apparently mistakenly think are red light cameras.
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