A western New York city says it may nullify hundreds of tickets for running red lights because of a problem in a pair of the signals monitored by cameras. Rochester officials tell local media outlets that differences in the amounts of time signals were yellow created a disparity in the numbers of the $50 tickets issued. There were 1,600 drivers ticketed traveling through the intersections in a direction where the yellow lasted three seconds compared to the other direction, when it lasted four seconds.
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