Missouri Senate Takes Steps to Ban Red Light Cameras, SF pays camera tickets

Posted: April 29, 2010 in cameras, red light cameras, refunds

KOMU.com JEFFERSON CITY – Yesterday the Missouri Senate added a statewide ban on red light traffic cameras to a broad bill on transportation.

That bill now is under review and still awaits the final votes from the Senate. While this bill will be enforced statewide, the Missouri Supreme Court has already banned the use of red light cameras in Springfield, Mo.

Senate leaders have voiced skepticism about the chances of the portion banning red light cameras staying in final version of the bill.

IN OTHER NEWS : South San Francisco to pay for errant tickets

South San Francisco officials will refund $237,000 in revenue from voided red-light camera tickets and to pay up to $250,000 to the San Mateo County Superior Court to cover costs of issuing refunds to nearly 7,000 drivers.

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