College Station Looking To Add More Red Light Cameras

By: Shane McAuliffe Email
By: Shane McAuliffe Email

With the success that College Station's red light cameras are having at cutting down major accidents, more could be on the way.

Right now the traffic engineering staff is going over numbers concerning crash data and tickets given at intersections around town.

From that, the staff will recommend four to six new cameras be placed at additional intersections.

According to the city, accidents did go up by 11 percent last year and that's with the addition of the red light cameras. But city officials do say that the accidents have been less severe.

Expect a decision on the additional cameras in early March.


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