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Pasadena's red-light camera program to end
PASADENA, Calif. (KABC) -- Pasadena is the latest city to get rid of its red-light camera program.
The city's contract with American Traffic Systems ended Saturday, and the city said it won't be renewing the contract.
The cameras are already being taken down. Pasadena officials said the program wasted law enforcement resources.
The city of Los Angeles ended its red-light camera program earlier this year.
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