The Newspaper.com is all about the politics of driving and they report that "The top forty speed traps in the state of Texas raked in a total of $178,367,093 in speeding ticket revenue between 2000 and 2008 despite having a combined population of less than 56,000 residents. Motorist Aren Cambre collected ticket issuance data from the state's Office of Court Administration to identify which towns generated the most revenue per capita from speeding tickets."
It is reported that "...the town of Westlake issued an average of 38 tickets worth $4696 each year for every resident." The police chief of the service contracted to raise the money/enforce the law, Keller Police Chief Mark Hafner, insists that it is not a money grab, it is all about safety. He is lying of course but cash be cash and no one, including the WFDS, is forced to speed.
Hey, we could do that in Ontario. Please don't show this to Dalton. Please.