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The state of Oregon has some of the best traffic cameras in the country, but some residents have been concerned about their ability to spot them.
We asked a few experts what you should know about the state’s traffic cameras and whether they can actually be used to identify someone who’s driving while intoxicated.
The Oregon State Police recently began using a new system to catch drivers who run red lights.
The system, which is only being tested in Portland, Oregon, and Seattle, Washington, is based on the idea that people who are driving while under the influence of drugs or alcohol are more likely to hit a red light than drivers who are sober.
It uses an algorithm to identify the number of red lights each person is at when they’re driving, which could be a sign that they’re impaired or they’re speeding.
A red light is also a signal that a driver has a license plate number, which allows police to find them.
The Oregon State Patrol is currently testing the system in Portland and Seattle.
The program is still in its early days and has yet to be approved for widespread use.
In the past, the Oregon State Traffic Safety Division has also been using automated traffic cameras to catch speeding drivers.
But the program in Portland was first approved for use in January and it was just a pilot program that was only for three months.
In Seattle, the state is also testing a new automated traffic camera program called “Bicycle and Pedestrian Detection System.”
The program allows police officers to see the number plates of people who run the red lights and then determine whether they’re intoxicated.
It is possible for police officers who are trained in detection to see people driving under the limit and run red light cameras, but there is no way to prove they have actually run a red traffic light.
Police officers can still see the red light and pull over the driver, but they cannot pull over a driver who is not under the control of the police.
“I can tell you that a lot of times we’ve had to make a very hard choice between getting a license number or not, because of the nature of the system,” said Trooper Ryan Ritchie.
“And it’s a decision that a person would make on their own, without having a conversation with the officer.”
The red light camera program has been in the works since 2014 and will be rolled out statewide in 2020.