SUPCO Says Springfield, Toledo May Use Traffic Enforcement Cameras
The Ohio Supreme Court has again sided with cities in a dispute with the state over traffic enforcement cameras. The justices say their ruling earlier this year upholding Dayton's use of the system should be applied to cases involving Toledo and Springfield. Those cities have been challenging a state law they say undercuts enforcement and makes it too costly to operate. The court has now issued four rulings backing the cities. Critics say the cameras municipal revenue generators. The cities say they increase safety and allow police to focus on other crimes.