Red Light Cameras
Colorado lawmakers advanced a measure to ban red-light and speeding cameras, but they’re facing strong opposition from local governments and police.
Colorado lawmakers are pushing to remove red light and photo-radar cameras that catch drivers speeding or running red lights.
A proposal to ban red-light and speeding cameras in Colorado is back at the Capitol, and the bill sponsor says he has more support than when he pitched the idea two years ago.
Cameras seem to follow the every move of Americans these days, but there isn’t a limit on how long the government can keep video. Now one Colorado lawmaker says it’s time there was.
Greg Edwards has been recovering in the hospital since the April 30 crash. He was driving through the intersection at Chambers and Iliff after his light turned green.
Lawmakers rejected a proposal to ban red-light and speeding cameras in Colorado.
State lawmakers are considering a bill that would ban red light cameras on Colorado.
On Tuesday a committee of the city council discussed making the first offense of crossing the white line just a warning. After that drivers would get a ticket.
The Denver City Council voted to ease up on its fines for some drivers ticketed for stopping at intersections with red light cameras, but rolling into the intersections.
Red-light cameras could become a thing of the past in Colorado if one state lawmaker gets his way. The Denver City Council also debates a policy with red-light cameras.