Yesterday (Saturday 8/23) I was on a trip to Houston. When entering Jersey Village (a Houston suburb) I went through three separate red light intersections (both east and west bound sides) and my 9500ix did not make a peep. I verified the GPS was operational (with signal) and also made sure alerts were enabled. Upon getting home I found an archive news report indicating placement of the cameras at the intersections I went through.
My question to support is what mechanisms do users have to submit data/questions on the accuracy of the trinity data? Could you possibly add a FAQ on your website (where you download updates) that explains the process to submit data points for verification? Possibly a forum with a list of trusted users willing to validate what is reported on the forum (alleviating escort from hiring staff). I would be willing to go through some sort of “certification” to volunteer and know of several other enthusiasts that would be willing to do the same for free.
I am still looking for the official city RFP since that is what is done in Texas. But my own eyes and the fact I did get shot by a camera at 529 for my front tires going two feet over the line indicates they are up and operational. Thank you for your assistance.
Houston Community Newspapers Online - JV red light safety program poised to go into effect