Transportation

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Wed September 11, 2013

8:09am

Wed September 4, 2013
The Two-Way

Ohio Is Publicly Shaming Another Convicted Idiot

Originally published on Wed September 4, 2013 10:10 am

Richard Dameron tells Cleveland's WKYC-TV he's sorry for drunkenly dialing 911. A judge says he has to stand outside a police station each day this week to show that to the city.
WKYC.com

Drive by the police station in Cleveland's second district this week and you'll likely see 58-year-old Richard Dameron standing outside with a sign that reads:

"I apologize to officer Simone & all police officers for being an idiot calling 911 threatening to kill you. I'm sorry and it will never happen again."

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7:46am

Fri August 23, 2013
Transportation

Are Tolls The Future Of North I-25?

Northbound I-25 at exit 257, US34, in Larimer County as it appeared in 2008.
xnatedawgx Wikimedia Commons

10:12am

Fri August 16, 2013
Business

A 'Dilemma Zone' For Red-Light Cameras: Safety Vs. Cash

Traffic engineers face "a new conundrum" in dealing with red-light cameras such as this one in New Mexico, according to a recent study looking at how cameras are operated and the perception that they are used to generate revenue.
Susan Montoya Bryan AP

What's the point of a red-light camera — to make intersections safer or to generate revenue? That's the question prompted by researchers at the University of Tennessee, who say the cameras are sometimes used in ways that are more likely to make money than to improve safety.

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9:04am

Fri August 16, 2013
The Two-Way

You Can't Pay It Forward At This Georgia Toll Plaza

Originally published on Fri August 16, 2013 10:15 pm

It'll just have to be the thought that counts. Georgia motorists going through toll booths on state Route 400 can no longer donate the 50-cent toll for the driver behind them.

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