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Chicago red light cameras

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Bronzeville »

The city failed to give residents enough time to challenge the tickets, according to the lawsuit.

Jefferson Park »

The red-light cameras set to be removed did not deliver "anticipated safety benefits," a study found.

Downtown »

After court calls automated camera tickets into question, officials say the tickets are still valid.

Downtown »

The city named Redflex's Australian parent company and piled on new charges of kickbacks and lying.

Bucktown »

An activist, one of just 6 people who showed up, said he won't stop until all the cameras are gone.

Downtown »

The "Ban the Cams" coalition has received pledges to abolish the cameras from 36 candidates.

Downtown »

City management of the  RLC  program with  Redflex  was "fundamentally deficient,” Joseph Ferguson says.

Downtown »

Contract improprieties should negate tickets for hundreds of thousands of drivers, the suit says.

Downtown »

Redflex handed over control to Xerox in February, but its last year netted the company $24 million.

Downtown »

The copier company will replace the controversial Redflex, which has run the program since its start.

North Park »

People caught speeding near Gompers Park on the North Side will start getting tickets Wednesday.

Mayfair »

There will be a two- to three-week delay between the warning period and live tickets, officials said.

Edgewater »

Ald. Harry Osterman said the camera at Hollywood Avenue and Sheridan Road protects seniors.