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The law was passed after the Ohio Supreme Court ruled that the state couldn't directly ban cities from using cameras.

As a result, at least 16 communities - most notably Columbus and Dayton - have shut down their camera programs or plan to soon, on the grounds that it would be too expensive to station an officer with each camera.

But some cities still have their cameras on, either because of lawsuits or because they're working within the confines of the new law.

COLUMBUS, Ohio--Since Ohio's new traffic-camera restrictions became law in March, more than a dozen cities have stopped using the devices to ticket speeders and red-light violators, according to state records.

The restrictions also haven't stopped Youngstown and other communities from deploying police with camera-equipped radar guns that allow officers to ticket speeders at a much faster rate than before.

Return to index An imperfect ban Ohio lawmakers passed Senate Bill 342 with the intention of effectively eliminating traffic cameras, which critics contend are often installed to raise money instead of to improve traffic safety.