Accidents at Palm Beach County intersections with red-light traffic cameras fell by 2 percent, while those without the devices saw a 12 percent drop in crashes, according to a report released by county traffic engineers this week.
The six-page study looked at accidents reported at intersections with red-right cameras in the eight months before and after the ticketing systems were installed. County traffic engineers compared those numbers to crashes reported at nearby intersections without the cameras.
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