I’ll admit that the red-light camera program has its merits, but there is a down side to it [“Nassau cams catch fewer drivers, dollars,” News column, June 28]. How many rear-end accidents has this program created because drivers fear getting ticketed?
An important consideration is the speed of cars approaching the light and their distance from the light. Does a red-light camera have the ability to consider these things? I doubt it.
John DiGeronimo, Bay Shore