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(Baltimore Sun)   Maryland highway administration explains why cameras write "work zone" speeding tickets when no workers are present: cameras are not for worker safety   (baltimoresun.com ) divider line
    More: Obvious, worker safety, State Highway Administration, rises and falls, employment website, speed cameras, roadways, enforcement, Martin O'Malley  
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2012-12-13 09:26:23 AM  
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special20: So what happens here eventually, is that the system gets so backed up that "victims" of this scam start getting their notices too late to comply, and end up having to deal with warrants, no-knocks, being arrested. Nice way to eventually enslave everyone, huh?

"What are you in for?"
"Not paying a fine on time"

/half-kidding


WE ARE ALL ON THE GROUP W BENCH
2012-12-13 09:28:20 AM  
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tuxq: Since road construction has no set hours of the day, how exactly do you propose the speed cameras work?


www.reuk.co.uk
2012-12-13 10:16:34 AM  
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JosephFinn: Oh! Oh! Oh! Is it BECAUSE IT'S A DAMN WORK ZONE WITH EQUIPMENT AND HORSESHOES EVEN WHEN NO ONE IS AROUND?

God, speeders will find any justification for their bad behavior.


Why are people playing horseshoes in a construction site?
2012-12-13 09:41:36 AM  
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Joshua5: Also, he said, "four out of five injuries that take place in work zones are to the motorists themselves."


In non work zones, five out of five injuries are to the motorists themselves. Seems speeding in a work zone is proportionally safer for drivers.
 
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