Traffic cameras focus of proposed DOT rule
DES MOINES (AP) — Iowa transportation officials will take on the issue of automated traffic cameras next week with a proposed new set of rules designed to give them control over whether speed and red light cameras are placed on state highways and interstates they oversee.
Iowa is the only state in the nation that allows cameras to be permanently installed along interstate roads or highways managed by the state.
The Iowa Department of Transportation this week published new rules that would require cities and counties to provide proof that there’s a critical safety issue at a specific location before cameras would be allowed. The rules must go through a public hearing process and other steps before they’re finalized.
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