Errors? Naaah! Just pay. And pay. And pay.
NEWARK, N.J. - (AP) -- New Jersey suspended a red-light camera program Tuesday in all but four of the 25 municipalities in the pilot program, saying the traffic signals are not timed according to program standards.
The state Department of Transportation said 63 of the 85 cameras around the state have not been adequately tested with their paired signal lights.
Tickets won't be issued at the 63 locations until the department determines compliance with state standards. But DOT Spokesman Joe Dee said drivers should understand that the cameras "will keep rolling" while the reviews are being completed and, if it's found those cameras are in compliance with state standards, tickets will be sent out for violations committed during that time.