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State awards photo-enforcement contract (access required)

Arizona's hasty drivers are a car-length closer to finding a surprise in their mailboxes after the state awarded a Scottsdale-based business a contract to monitor freeways and highways with 100 photo enforcement systems. On July 17, the Arizona Department of Safety announced Scottsdale-based RedFlex Traffic Systems received the contract. Bids were sought earlier this year ...

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