Next, on rural roads where there are single lanes only, allow interval passing zones of slower vehicles by widening the road for the passing zone.
Remove the red light cameras and replace them with speeding cameras. This should be accompanied by reducing the speed limit (about 125 feet before) at the same intersections where it was necessary to erect red light cameras. This will reduce the number of rear end collisions at these same intersections.
Also, drivers won't feel as victimized by the system when being ticketed for passing the red light since a reduction in speed was posted prior to being ticked for speeding through the intersection. Unless you have a GPS camera warning system, red light camera tickets are often a surprise to most drivers.
If suggestion number (3) is not satisfactory enough then equip the cameras to ticket for speeding through the intersection and also for running the red light. This way no one thinks about beating the system.
It is human nature to want everything larger. This includes automobiles. There should be an added tax for vehicles based on engine displacement/power. There must also be an incentive other than the environment and saving gas for purchasing smaller vehicles.
So, in addition to HOV privilege, smaller vehicles may be relieved of paying the standard toll price, after all, these vehicles have less impact on the road and so incurs less road repairs. Infact, automobiles should be 'price-tolled' based solely on vehicle type: sedan, crossover, minivan, SUV, bus or truck. This should become standardized andposted at toll booths for drivers to see prior to paying the toll. And, finally, state inspection on smaller vehicles should cost less due to reduced lift cost owing to less weight.