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... 24 C h a p t e r 4 The two objectives of this project were to identify current and suggested practices and lessons learned from current and past automated enforcement programs and to develop a set of guidelines to assist agencies in implementing and operating successful automated enforcement programs. The following sections present a discussion of the gaps in the available knowledge, recommendations, and conclusions.
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... Conclusions and recommendations 25 Fixed Versus Mobile Enforcement Are there differences in effects on driver behavior and crash effects for fixed versus mobile enforcement? That is, if the speed enforcement cameras are installed at fixed locations within a community, is the effect the same as if the speed enforcement cameras were part of a mobile system that could be used at numerous locations?
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... 26 automated enforcement for Speeding and red Light running Red Light Camera Gaps General Deterrence Effects Is there a general deterrence effect, and if so, what is its magnitude? Red light camera programs are intended to impact driver behavior in general and lead to fewer collisions at non-enforced locations.
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... Conclusions and recommendations 27 Recommendations When used appropriately, automated enforcement can be a valuable tool for enforcement of speed and red light running. Agencies seeking to implement an automated enforcement program should learn from the experiences of other agencies and, in particular, should consider using these guidelines to structure their program.

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