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Houston to Turn Off Red Light Cameras

August 25, 2011

HOUSTON – Houston’s city council voted to repeal an ordinance authorizing the use of red light cameras in the city, according to an article in the Houston Chronicle. Houston is the second city after Los Angeles to turn the cameras off.

According to the Chronicle article, the city is facing a case by the company contracted to provide red light camera services, American Traffic Solutions, to prevent Houston from turning the cameras off.

You can read the article on the Houston Chronicle’s website here.


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