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November 29, 2015 12:20 AM ET

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Company Overview of American Traffic Solutions, Inc.

Company Overview

American Traffic Solutions, Inc. provides traffic safety, mobility, and compliance solutions for state and local governments, and commercial companies in North America. It offers red-light safety cameras; auto-patrol speed compliance cameras; school bus stop arm safety systems to reduce school bus passing violations; automated bus lane compliance solutions; railroad crossing safety and enforcement systems that detects trains and captures images of vehicles that illegally attempt to cross tracks; CleanSweep, a code compliance solution that captures digital images of properties in violation of established municipal codes for municipalities; and enforcement support solutions. The company also p...

1330 West Southern Avenue

Tempe, AZ 85282

United States

Founded in 1992





Key Executives for American Traffic Solutions, Inc.

Co-Founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
President and Chief Operating Officer
Co-Founder and Executive Vice President
Chief Financial Officer
Age: 49
Senior Vice President of Governmental Relations, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.

American Traffic Solutions, Inc. Key Developments

AmAmerican Traffic Solutions Appoints Patricia Chiodo as Chief Financial Officer

American Traffic Solutions announced that Patricia Chiodo has been named Chief Financial Officer (CFO). Patricia joins ATS after most recently serving as Co-President and CFO Origami Owl, LLC.

A St. Louis County Circuit Judge Gives Final Approval to $18 Million Statewide Settlement involving 27 Municipalities and American Traffic Solutions Inc

A St. Louis County circuit judge gave final approval to an $18 million statewide settlement over red-light cameras. The settlement ends a series of nine class action lawsuits involving 27 municipalities and American Traffic Solutions Inc. Under the cities programs, tickets were sent to the registered owners of vehicles allegedly captured on camera in an intersection in violation of a red-light traffic signal. Fines were typically about $100. The plaintiffs in the cases had alleged that use of the cameras didnt comply with Missouri statutes governing moving violations. The suits also claimed the tickets did not meet the statutory and constitutional requirements of proper notice and due process. The plaintiffs also claimed that the municipalities and ATS were unjustly enriched from the fines collected from the allegedly unlawful tickets. The municipalities and ATS maintained that the tickets were valid and enforceable. Over years of litigation, there have been six published appellate decisions on the subject, some of which invalidated red-light camera ordinances but held that the plaintiffs were barred from recovering fines paid. Given the unsettled state of the law, the parties reached a settlement in September 2014. Judge Tom W. DePriest Jr. gave initial approval in November and, following a hearing, approved the deal. Under the settlement, class members who paid red-light camera tickets were entitled to reimbursement of 20% of the amount they paid. According to court records, there were 892,725 identified plaintiffs, of whom 253 requested to be excluded and five opted out. The amount of the settlement was approximately $16 million, plus $2 million in attorneys fees. The class, however, excludes the plaintiffs in an ongoing lawsuit over the city of St. Louis red-light traffic system.

American Traffic Solutions Promotes David Roberts to President and Chief Operating Officer

American Traffic Solutions announced that David Roberts has been promoted to President and Chief Operating Officer. David will now lead both the State and Local Government Solutions and Fleet Services Business Units. He will also be responsible for managing and implementing the company's strategic plan as well as the growth and customer retention initiatives and the day to day operations. David joined the company in August of 2014 from Billing Tree. He currently serves as the Chairman for the Arizona Feed My Starving Children Leadership Committee.

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