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From Today's Greenwich Time Website:
Greenwich Time Staff
Posted: 02/12/2009 06:27:22 PM EST
To the editor:
The Connecticut Citizens Transportation Lobby, a grass-roots organization started in 2003, strongly supports Gov, M. Jodi Rell's proposal for a pilot program to install road-safety cameras on state highways.
Highway safety is greatly enhanced when photo enforcement is employed. These cameras have been in use since the 1970s in about 40 foreign countries and in various locations in the United States for 10 years. The results are striking.
In England there are over 6,000 cameras, and at the installation sites speeding has been reduced by 30 percent and fatalities by 42 percent. In Australia, after photo radar was installed, within three months the number of drivers triggering the cameras was cut in half. In an Arizona program, average speed was cut by 9 percent, single-vehicle collisions by 63 percent and injuries by 48 percent......
I can't believe the new Hearst Newspaper publisher haven't fixed this yet.
Every other day the headline says Web Head" or "Main Head."
Obviously, Greenwich Time Managing Editor Bruce Hunter is supposed to have someone put a headline there.
This never happens at The Greenwich Citizen.
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