Schaumberg says no to red light cameras, bad for business.

From Ars Technica: Chicago 'burb ditches red light cameras, no safety advantage

Update: A person "familiar with the matter" in Schaumburg says the city largely decided to get rid of the camera due to complaints from out-of-towners who wanted to shop at Woodfield Mall, and Schaumburg didn't want to ruin its image of being a "suburban shopping mecca."
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