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  • Speed Limit - Photographic Speed-Measuring Systems

  
  
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camra_effect.pdfcamra_effect
The effects of speed cameras: how drivers respond (No.11)
S71Transport Research Laboratory1996
statute_552.pdfstatute_552
G.S. 160A-300.4 Senate Bill 552 (State Wide) - EXPIRED
S71NC General Statute2003
statute_562.pdfstatute_562
G.S. 160A-300.4 House Bill 562 (Charlotte) - EXPIRED
S71NC General Statute2003
Section 2B.55 Photo Enforced Signs.aspxSection 2B.55 Photo Enforced Signs
Section 2B.55 Photo Enforced Signs and Plaques
S71FHWA MUTCD2009
Section 2C.38 Reduced Speed Limit Ahead Signs.aspxSection 2C.38 Reduced Speed Limit Ahead Signs
Section 2C.38 Reduced Speed Limit Ahead Signs
S71FHWA MUTCD2009
Figure 2B-3. Speed Limit and Photo Enforcement Signs.aspxFigure 2B-3. Speed Limit and Photo Enforcement Signs
Figure 2B-3. Speed Limit and Photo Enforcement Signs and Plaques
S71FHWA MUTCD2009
G.S.160A-300.1.aspxG.S.160A-300.1
G.S. 160A-300.1 Use of Traffic Control Photographic Systems
S71NC General Statute2001
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