CINCINNATI -- A police officer was arrested Saturday on suspicion of driving under the influence of drugs, according to police and an attorney.Police said the officer stopped a car in the city's Fulton Street neighborhood Saturday night on suspicion that it was being driven by a person under the age of 21, according.A passenger in the car was not hurt.An arrest warrant for the officer has not yet ...
In September 2018, the state of California announced plans to install cameras on the i5 freeway in the southern part of the state.
The cameras will be used to record traffic violations and traffic fatalities.
The program, dubbed Caltrans Traffic Camera II, is part of a larger effort to better capture the state’s traffic congestion.
In the past, the cameras have recorded a lot of traffic fatalities and the state has reported a slight decrease in traffic fatalities from the last year, according to the state Department of Transportation (DOT).
But in September, the DOT reported a total of 871 traffic deaths, which is nearly double the previous year.
The agency also announced plans for new cameras that will have an average of 300,000 miles of coverage and cost $3.5 million.
In 2018, there were more than 6,000 traffic violations reported in California, according the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV).
According to Caltrans, the i 5 traffic cameras will begin operation in 2020 and be installed across the state by 2020.
This marks the first time that California has installed cameras on an i5 highway.
According to a report by the Los Angeles Times, the Caltrans project has received support from the Department of Energy.
In October 2018, California became the second state to install i5 traffic cameras.
In addition to the Calx traffic cameras in Los Angeles, the California Highway Patrol will be using the cameras on Interstate 405.
The new cameras are part of an effort by the California legislature to make California more efficient.
Last year, California received a $2.3 billion grant from the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) to invest in infrastructure improvements in the state to reduce congestion and improve safety.