(Des Moines) A staunch critic of automated traffic enforcement cameras is “shifting gears” at the statehouse. Representative Walt Rogers says he’s sponsoring a bill that would put more “roadblocks” in the way of cities that want to put “traffic CAM” on primary roads.
“Essentially codifying several of the things that the DOT has been working on especially their work with Windsor Heights,” stated Rogers.
And the Cedar Falls Republican says another of his bills that would require any revenues from traffic cams to go to the road use fund appears to be “stalled”.
Iowa Radio Network
February 28, 2013