A New Orleans resident has gained a number of speeding tickets over the last few years for racing via the town on the blistering pace of…zero mph.
Donald Schulz says he’s been issued no less than 10 citations since 2011 for having his pickup truck legally parked alongside Canal Boulevard. The boulevard has a 35 mph pace prohibit and a desk bound traffic digital camera at the median.
“It’s a nuisance; I’ve had to take time out of my day several times and go down there and correct the situation,” Schulz informed Fox News. “It got so bad that years ago I even had a [telephone] number of a person [in the traffic violations office] so that if I called them directly I didn’t have to go down there.”
Photo proof at the citations displays the violation being assigned to Schulz’s truck, even supposing there are obviously different automobiles passing through at the roadway. The tickets have ranged from $75 to $110 and his spouse and sister have additionally been cited whilst parked in the similar location.
There are 45 everlasting traffic cameras and 10 cellular traffic cameras situated all over the town. Schulz says others have skilled the similar prexists in different spaces and there may well be many extra tickets like this to come.
“This problem probably exist all throughout the city,” Schulz mentioned. “When I went down there in 2013, an elderly gentleman was in the same situation.”
The town govt informed 4WWL that Schulz’s most up-to-date price ticket used to be dropped and that the contractor that handles the tickets can have its staff correctly skilled to organize the knowledge it receives from the digital camera.
Schulz equipped footage of paperwork to Fox News that display his most up-to-date price ticket dismissal, dated April five and the ones he in the past gained. The feedback phase within the dismissal reads “Ticket error, car is parked [and] not speeding. Wrong car cited.”
Fox News reached out to the New Orleans Police Department and the town’s public works division for remark however didn’t obtain a reaction.