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State law prohibiting the use of photographic traffic signal enforcement systems.
While the law has now effectively banned the use of red light cameras, some municipalities may be able to keep their red light cameras running for the foreseeable future due to a provision in the law that allows them to finish their existing contracts. See the news articles below for more information.
A June 2019 article from Texas Public Radio discussing a provision that may allow municipalities to continue running their cameras despite the ban. It also discusses the future of red light cameras in some Texas cities such as Austin, San Antonio and Houston.
Article from the San Antonio Express-News discussing two suburbs, Balcones Heights and Leon Valley who plan on keeping their red light cameras on due to the contract provision in the new law. May require a subscription.