Red Light Cameras
City officials say money from red light runners caught by cameras had been spent on traffic safety programs. However some studies have shown that red light cameras are more hindrance than help.
Killed by a hit-and-run driver who is still on the run, the death of a 20-year-old Arlington woman is now being used as part of a political campaign in support of red light cameras.
Jonathan Stickland is accused of faking support for one of his own bills.
With red light cameras possibly being banned in Texas, new concerns are brewing over technology that would automatically send out speeding tickets to drivers.
The state of Texas could put red light cameras in the rearview mirror under a bill that has cleared the Texas Senate.
Cities run red light camera programs, and expect drivers to pay up. But the CBS 11 I-Team uncovered some of those cities aren’t practicing what they preach.
If a red light camera catches you breaking the law, you can expect a $75 dollar fine; $100 in some cases if you pay late.
Red light cameras have been a source of controversy and debate since cities started using them to ticket drivers for breaking the law.
Despite generating more than $2 million per year in revenue, the Arlington City Council on Tuesday afternoon will discuss doing away with the red light camera program.
The Collin County Tax Collector-Assessor says his office won’t be able to help Plano Police collect on tens of thousands of unpaid red light camera violations.
Fort Worth is expanding its network of red light cameras. Five more are scheduled to go online within the next few weeks. This will add to the 55 cameras already operating in the city.
A study of nearly 300 intersections in Texas found that red light-related crashes dropped 25 percent statewide after traffic cameras were installed.