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  • Survey about pedestrian safety and attitudes toward automated traffic enforcement in Washington, D.C.

    Cicchino, Jessica B.; Wells, JoAnn K.; McCartt, Anne T.
    Traffic Injury Prevention
    May 2014

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  • Effects of red light camera enforcement on red light violations in Arlington County, Virginia

    McCartt, Anne T.; Hu, Wen
    Journal of Safety Research
    February 2014

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  • Attitudes toward red light camera enforcement in cities with camera programs

    McCartt, Anne T.; Eichelberger, Angela
    Traffic Injury Prevention
    January 2012

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  • Effects of red light camera enforcement on fatal crashes in large U.S. cities

    Hu, Wen; McCartt, Anne T.; Teoh, Eric R.
    Journal of Safety Research
    August 2011

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  • Comment on “Isaac Newton vs. Red Light Cameras: Derivation of the Yellow Light Interval Equation” by Brian Ceccarelli

    Hu, Wen
    Insurance Institute for Highway Safety
    August 2010

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  • Caution: A comment on Alena Erke's "Red light for red-light cameras?" A meta-analysis of the effects of red-light cameras on crashes

    Lund, Adrian K.; Kyrychenko, Sergey Y.; Retting, Richard A.
    Accident Analysis and Prevention
    July 2009

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  • Stop for the camera: Study shows automated enforcement does work, and it is legal

    Fields, Michele
    Transportation Management & Engineering
    July 2008

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  • Review of “The Impact of Red Light Cameras (Photo-Red Enforcement) on Crashes in Virginia” by Nicholas J. Garber, John S. Miller, R. Elizabeth Abel, Saeed Eslambolchi, and Santhosh K. Korukonda

    Persaud, Bhagwant N.; Retting, Richard A.; Lyon, Craig; McCartt, Anne T.
    Insurance Institute for Highway Safety
    May 2008

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  • Reducing red light running through longer yellow signal timing and red light camera enforcement: results of a field investigation

    Retting, Richard A.; Ferguson, Susan A.; Farmer, Charles M.
    Accident Analysis and Prevention
    January 2008

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  • Establishing a uniform definition of red light running crashes

    Retting, Richard A.
    ITE Journal
    March 2006

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  • Review of “A detailed investigation of crash risk reduction resulting from red light cameras in small urban areas” by M. Burkey and K. Obeng

    Kyrychenko, Sergey Y.; Retting, Richard A.
    Insurance Institute for Highway Safety
    November 2004

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  • Is automated enforcement constitutional?

    Kendall, Shari T.
    Insurance Institute for Highway Safety
    May 2004

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  • Effects of red light cameras on violations and crashes: a review of the international literature

    Retting, Richard A.; Ferguson, Susan A.; Hakkert, A. Shalom
    Traffic Injury Prevention
    March 2003

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  • Reductions in injury crashes associated with red light camera enforcement in Oxnard, California

    Retting, Richard A.; Kyrychenko, Sergey Y.
    American Journal of Public Health
    November 2002

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  • Evaluation of traffic signs used to inform drivers of red light camera enforcement

    Carlson, Paul J.; Retting, Richard A.
    2001 ITE Annual Meeting and Exhibit Compendium of Technical Papers (CD-ROM)
    August 2001

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  • Comments on “The red light running crisis: is it intentional?” from the Office of the Majority Leader, US House of Representatives

    Insurance Institute for Highway Safety
    Insurance Institute for Highway Safety
    May 23, 2001

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  • Automated enforcement myths

    Fields, Michele
    Insurance Institute for Highway Safety
    September 2000

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  • Reducing red light running crashes: a research perspective

    Retting, Richard A.
    2000 ITE Annual Meeting and Exhibit Compendium of Technical Papers (CD-ROM)
    August 2000

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  • Red light cameras and the perceived risk of being ticketed

    Retting, Richard A.; Williams, Allan F.
    Traffic Engineering and Control
    June 2000

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  • Prevalence and characteristics of red light running crashes in the United States

    Retting, Richard A.; Ulmer, Robert G.; Williams, Allan F.
    Accident Analysis and Prevention
    November 1999

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  • Evaluation of red light camera enforcement in Fairfax, Va., USA

    Retting, Richard A.; Williams, Allan F.; Farmer, Charles M.; Feldman, Amy F.
    ITE Journal
    August 1999

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  • Evaluation of red light camera enforcement in Oxnard, California

    Retting, Richard A.; Williams, Allan F.; Farmer, Charles M.; Feldman, Amy F.
    Accident Analysis and Prevention
    May 1999

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  • Automated enforcement of traffic laws

    Retting, Richard A.
    TR News
    March-April 1999

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  • Red light running and sensible countermeasures: summary of research findings

    Retting, Richard A.; Williams, Allan F.; Greene, Michael A.
    Transportation Research Record 1640
    1998

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  • Influence of traffic signal timing on red-light running and potential vehicle conflicts at urban intersections

    Retting, Richard A.; Greene, Michael A.
    Transportation Research Record 1595
    August 1997

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  • Red light running and photo enforcement

    Retting, Richard A.; Williams, Allan F.
    The Police Chief
    July 1997

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  • Characteristics of red light violators: results of a field investigation

    Retting, Richard A.; Williams, Allan F.
    Journal of Safety Research
    Spring 1996

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