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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by axis69, Dec 6, 2017.
that is disappointing indeed
No,cameras arent the solution they are a for a private companies financial gain.A picture does not explain context.The problem is lack of enforcement.And there are plenty of CHP on our freeways.
Without wishing to stray into politics, that's a bit of an over-simplification! Cameras do solve this & other problems. And there's a good argument that police officers should be doing something more useful than issuing speeding tickets - solving crimes, perhaps?
they filled out the CITES paper work.
so now they can go anywhere.
Over here context doesn't matter, the cameras belong to the Highways Agency (I think that's what they call it this week) and are used for prosecutions.
Is that a private company? I can't keep up - everything seems to be a pseudo-private company these days.
But you're right - context is not even considered. Breach = ticket.
Too many people
Too much stuff
Too many people
Too much stuff =Too many trucks
I think it used to be called The Department Of Transport, next week it could be called Capita, the way things are crumbling at the moment who knows?
Wait- I need a Les Paul
It's a company 100% owned by the government.
Imagine living in China or India! We "only" have 325 (ish) million people here in the States. Supplying that number with even just the basics is incredible. Look at the tons of potatoes needed to keep us in "salty snacks", or trees needed to make the most highly refined paper to wipe away evidence of those snacks or eggs, cereal, bread, cheese and bacon. We need a visionary with common sense and maybe the national will to give up frou-frou and do the hard thing.
In Boston, people generally cross where and when they like. The rules of course come into play if something unpleasant occurs.
It was the fifth of June
By the dark of the moon in a Freightliner hauling logs....
(from memory so forgive me if I didn't get it exactly right)
Is that the best of both worlds or the worst of both worlds?
If you find that you have a spare one after your search is complete, could you send them over here please?
Ah yes, I remember it well...
I'm talking about at intersections in downtown areas with 4-6 lanes of traffic and people here can turn right on red lights if no traffic is coming so you have to watch for that and traffic going straight. Even with this stuff in Raleigh we still have on average 2-3 people hit a week with reported injuries in our downtown area and probably many more that don't report it and just have bumps and bruises. In some areas it's like playing Frogger with all the cars, scooters, bicycles, box trucks and construction vehicles on the road.
Exactly, unless something happens it really is not an issue here.
The roads are like like Old West now. Anything goes.