Red Light cameras could be in the future for city of College Station.
City Council, in their Monday workshop, will hear a presentation on a possible red light camera system for the city.
The city already has monitors in place to trigger the lights to change. But this system will actually monitor for red light runners.
Similar systems have been installed in other Texas cities, including Houston and the Dallas suburb of Garland.
Monday's discussion is just in the workshop session. A vote is not expected.
Council will also discuss a possible tax freeze for seniors and the disabled.
That will be in both the workshop and regular sessions. But, again, action is not expected there.
The workshop session begins at 3 p.m., while the regular session starts at 7 p.m. Both will be at College Station City Hall.
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