Ashley Moore, an advocate for red-light cameras who was paralyzed in an auto accident 18 years ago, watched from the front row Wednesday as Miami-Dade commissioners advanced legislation that would prevent the county from installing the devices at intersections outside of city limits. Part of the fines tied to red-light violations supports research into paralysis treatment.
Ashley Moore, an advocate for red-light cameras who was paralyzed in an auto accident 18 years ago, watched from the front row Wednesday as Miami-Dade commissioners advanced legislation that would prevent the county from installing the devices at intersections outside of city limits. Part of the fines tied to red-light violations supports research into paralysis treatment. dhanks@miamiherald.com DOUGLAS HANKS
Ashley Moore, an advocate for red-light cameras who was paralyzed in an auto accident 18 years ago, watched from the front row Wednesday as Miami-Dade commissioners advanced legislation that would prevent the county from installing the devices at intersections outside of city limits. Part of the fines tied to red-light violations supports research into paralysis treatment. dhanks@miamiherald.com DOUGLAS HANKS

Miami-Dade closer to banning red-light cameras outside city limits

May 12, 2016 11:37 AM

UPDATED May 12, 2016 12:11 PM

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