Michigan state representative has introduced legislation to permit
municipalities to set up cameras on select roadways as a deterrent to red-light
HB4864, sponsored by Rep. Jack Minore, D-Flint, police could use cameras for
enforcement of traffic signals at 10 problem intersections statewide.
new authority, a red-light running vehicle's license plate number would be
captured on camera. Police officers would then mail tickets to the vehicle's
the first 60 days, red-light runners would receive a warning only. Afterward,
violators would be fined.
municipalities would be required to post a sign at the intersection indicating
that it is photo monitored, Minore wrote.
The bill is in the House