Feb 01

Texas Legislature to Make Cameras see RED? (Continued)

My RSS feed blinked across yet another bill being floated around Austin:

House Bill 1052: Relating to requiring warning signs before intersections at which a municipality uses a photographic traffic monitoring system to enforce compliance with a traffic-control signal.

Add this bill to the six others that I mentioned in an earlier post.

This one in particular requires that cities use a TXDOT approved sign and requirements for size and display of the sign at all intersections with camera enforcement.

I will continue to support all of these bills, and will continue to monitor the developments here. As many know, the state legislature can be ineffective at times, with all of their procedural and time wasting processes. Let’s keep our fingers crossed that one or more of these bills make it to Governor Perry’s desk.

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