SOURCE: Nestor, Inc.

June 09, 2008 17:00 ET

Nestor Approved for Automated Enforcement Renewal & Expansion by Long-Time Customer Costa Mesa, California

City Report Heralds First Term Success

PROVIDENCE, RI--(Marketwire - June 9, 2008) - Nestor Traffic Systems, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Nestor, Inc. (OTCBB: NEST), was selected by the City of Costa Mesa, California City Council to continue and expand the City's Red Light Camera Enforcement program after City research showed a dramatic reduction in accidents at Nestor-equipped intersections. "We have seen a 15.5% decrease in injury traffic collisions at all red light camera installed intersections and a 38.6% decrease in broadside collisions that often result in significant injuries," cites the May 28, 2008 City Council Agenda Report. Nestor's red light enforcement system "has proven to be a successful means of decreasing injury traffic collisions due to red light violators."

Clarence Davis, CEO of Nestor Traffic Systems, Inc., stated: "The City of Costa Mesa was pursued aggressively by some of the most prominent players in the automated enforcement industry. The City demonstrated a commitment to safety by moving forward with a proven safety partner. We are extremely pleased to continue our great relationship with the City of Costa Mesa."

The new Agreement doubles the number of intersections monitored by Nestor's CrossingGuard? Automated Red Light Enforcement system and extends the program term by 5 years. Costa Mesa, a Nestor partner since 2003, is a suburban community located southeast of Los Angeles in Orange County and has a population in excess of 110,000.

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