DENVER (CBS4) – The House Committee of Transportation and Energy will revisit the issue of red light cameras on Wednesday.

In June 2015, Gov. John Hickenlooper vetoed a bill that sought to ban the cameras completely. This proposal seeks not to ban but to limit their use in certain areas.

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The bill does allow red light cameras to be used in school zones, construction zones or on major roadways that serve through traffic.

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When the governor vetoed the proposal from June, he did tell lawmakers he would support limitations.

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The bill also suggests taking money from the red light camera fines and putting it towards traffic safety improvements.