The NMA is opposed to the use of speed cameras. Proper advance warning to motorists of a work zone ahead and smooth transitioning of lanes through the construction zone is safer than after-the-fact, revenue-driven ticket cameras.
Indiana SB 0256 – Construction zone automated traffic control system
Construction zone automated traffic control systemFull Bill Text
UPDATE May 1, 2019: Legislative session adjourned April 30 without taking action on bill.
UPDATE March 4, 2019: Assigned to House Committee on Roads & Transportation
UPDATE February 26, 2019: Referred to the House
UPDATE February 19, 2019: Committee recommended and adopted a “do pass”
UPDATE February 15, 2019: Committee scheduled a hearing on February 19, 2019.
The bill is assigned to the Senate Homeland Security and Transportation Committee. It is not yet scheduled for a hearing or vote.
SB 0256 would authorize the state police department to establish an automated traffic control system to enforce highway work zone speed limits. It would provide that violating a speed limit enforced in a work zone enforced by an automated traffic control system is a Class B infraction with a fine of not more than $250.