40 Blog Posts From the ALPR Tag


TheNewspaper.com Roundup: February 5, 2018

TheNewspaper.com Roundup: February 5, 2018

In this week’s TheNewspaper.com Roundup! –Federal Judge upholds Warrantless License Plate Tracking– –NHTSA says Fed Law requires Ticket Quotas– Friday, February 2, 2018 Federal Judge Upholds Warrantless License Plate Tracking The courts place limits on the ability of police to monitor motorists through GPS devices, but officers can now obtain an even more detailed travel […]

TheNewspaper.com Roundup: January 22, 2018

TheNewspaper.com Roundup: January 22, 2018

In this week’s TheNewspaper.com Roundup! –Alaska Studies Rural Speed Traps– –Costs of Driving Down– –Crosswalk Ticketing Cams Debut in France– –FL House votes to ban RLCs— Friday, January 19, 2018 Alaska Studies Whether Rural Speed Traps Reduce Crashes It is often assumed that encouraging police to set up speed traps enhances road safety. A test […]

What’s next? Our Car Washes Spying on Us?: oos E-Newsletter #471

What’s next? Our Car Washes Spying on Us?: oos E-Newsletter #471

From guest writer Joe Cadillic of the MassPrivatal Blog. Why is the Department of Justice (DOJ) and Homeland Security (DHS) allowing a foreign company to use covert automatic license plate readers (ALPR), to spy on American motorists? ESLAG, a company owned by Italian high-tech giant Leonardo, is selling its surveillance services to U.S. law enforcement […]

TheNewspaper.com Roundup: January 15, 2018

TheNewspaper.com Roundup: January 15, 2018

In this week’s TheNewspaper.com Roundup! –NM Supremes uphold the exaggerating cop– –Ft.Worth wants to ban Red-Light Cameras– –UK Gov wants speed cam friendly license plates— Friday, January 12, 2018 New Mexico Supreme Court Upholds Exaggerating Cop A police officer’s exaggerated testimony can still be used to convict a motorist of a traffic offense, the New […]

Congestion Pricing Cannot be the Future of Transportation Funding, Part 2: oos Weekly E-Newsletter #469

Congestion Pricing Cannot be the Future of Transportation Funding, Part 2: oos Weekly E-Newsletter #469

To read Part 1, click HERE. New York City (NYC) finds itself in a transportation perfect storm. The subway system is at a breaking point. Residents are abandoning city buses by droves because it’s faster to walk most days. Ridesharing vehicles clog the already snarled streets. At the center of it all: the mayor and […]