Red Light Cameras Deactivated in Sugar Land

SUGAR LAND (Covering Fort Bend News) – The City of Sugar Land has deactivated all red-light cameras after Texas Governor Greg Abbot signed House Bill 1631 on June 1 banning […]

SUGAR LAND (Covering Fort Bend News) – The City of Sugar Land has deactivated all red-light cameras after Texas Governor Greg Abbot signed House Bill 1631 on June 1 banning the use of red-light cameras in Texas.

The removal process could take four to six months. Sugar Land’s contract includes an adverse legislation termination clause which means the vendor will remove their equipment at their cost. Staff will continue to monitor and review all intersections for traffic activity and vehicular crashes.

The city operated red light cameras at six of the city’s 85 signalized intersections.

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