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(Cameras/Main: They don't even use the cameras at traffic signals for turning lights - but for traffic engineers to supervise traffic)
 
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*[http://www.wilmingtonnc.gov/planning_development_and_transportation/safelight Wilmington]
 
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There are also cameras mounted on traffic signals that are used as part of the signal control. These compare sequential images of the intersection approach to determine if there is a vehicle (car, truck, motorcycle, bicycle, etc) waiting and will trigger the sequence. These devices '''CAN NOT''' issue tickets.
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There are also cameras mounted on traffic signal posts that are used by traffic engineers to observe current conditions. These devices '''CAN NOT''' issue tickets.
  
 
There are traditional traffic monitoring cameras covering most of the major highways in the state. These send live video to NC DOT & local media and serve ONLY as a traffic monitoring system.
 
There are traditional traffic monitoring cameras covering most of the major highways in the state. These send live video to NC DOT & local media and serve ONLY as a traffic monitoring system.

Latest revision as of 18:31, 6 July 2016



Speed Cameras are NOT CURRENTLY LEGAL in the State of North Carolina.
Red light Cameras are legal only in specific jurisdictions.

Known Jurisdictions

There are also cameras mounted on traffic signal posts that are used by traffic engineers to observe current conditions. These devices CAN NOT issue tickets.

There are traditional traffic monitoring cameras covering most of the major highways in the state. These send live video to NC DOT & local media and serve ONLY as a traffic monitoring system.