It seems Gov. Jon Corzine signed into law a bill that made it through the state legislature’s lame duck session. The bill created a red-light camera pilot program. "Outgoing State Sen. Joseph Coniglio(D) sponsored the bill, which orders NJDOT to create a five-year pilot program which municipalities can apply to for permission to install red-light cameras at intersections. In their application, municipalities must identify intersection(s) they want to install cameras on, and provide evidence that a high violation rate exists at the intersection and the yellow light is sufficiently long (the required length varies with the documented speed of traffic at the intersection). Red-light cameras have worked in NYC. In 2004, NYCDOT found that intersections with red-light cameras saw a 10% overall reduction in collision-related injuries and a 19% decline in pedestrian injuries over six years (see MTR # 464). " (tstc blog) Here's the Law. Keep your eyes open.