Red light cameras could soon be making Bryan intersections safer. A presentation on the issue was made to the Bryan City Council Tuesday afternoon.
Bryan Assistant Police Chief, Freddie Komar offered the council telling visuals on why cameras are needed at intersections. He also gave them information on how the citations from the red light cameras would be enforced.
In addition, Komar presented council members detailed information on possible disadvantages from the usage of the cameras. However, he says implementing red light cameras would create safer intersections and drivers.
"We certainly hope that we would experience a reduction in injury accidents and a reduction in intersection accidents all together,' Komar said. "And ultimately over time what we're really after is a change in driver behavior."
Bryan's City Council decided to postpone a decision until requested information can be presented.
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