The program didn't improve safety (which would be better served by increasing yellow-light times), and actually cost Los Angeles more money than it brought in. Three quarters of the tickets were for rolling-right-turns, which were responsible for less than 0.1% of accidents in Los Angeles. [LA Weekly]
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