Oak Ridge is tabling a discussion about their speed cameras after the number of speeders has jumped since the city disabled speed cameras along several roads earlier this year.
A report by Redflex (PDF), the company who owns the cameras, shows the number of speeders in school zones has jumped more than 200 percent since the cameras were disabled less than a month ago.
The report also found the number of people running red lights also jumped, from 20 a day to 28 a day, at the four intersections they monitor.
Though Redflex doesn't ticket cars anymore, its cameras still monitor the city.
The issue will be brought back up at next month's traffic board meeting.