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Red-light accidents often are among the worst because they generally involve vehicles crashing directly into the driver or passenger side of another car at high speeds.
(Red-light Cameras in Texas: A Status Report; Texas House of Representatives House Research Organization, July 2006).
About half of the deaths in red light running crashes are pedestrians and occupants in other vehicles who are hit by the red light runners.
(Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, June 2007).
The photographs will display the time, date, and location of the offense as well as the amount of time the light was red when the image was captured.
Also the speed limit of the roadway and the speed of the vehicle at the time of the violation will appear on the photograph.
Title 12, Section 12.21 of the Municipal Code of the City of El Paso was enacted in November of 2005, which establishes a penalty to be assessed against the owner of a vehicle that enters an intersection after the light changes to red creating a dangerous intersection.
These cameras will consist of two digital still cameras and a digital video camera.This bill created Texas Transportation Code Chapter 707; establishing procedures for local entities that opted to use cameras to cite owners of vehicles that illegally run through red lights.Since then, The City of El Paso as amended its Ordinance to reflect modifications required by Senate Bill 1119. City Ordinance 12.21 establishes a civil penalty against the owner of the vehicle, not the operator.A nationwide study of fatal crashes at traffic signals in 19 estimated that 20 percent of the drivers involved failed to obey the signals.In 2005, more than 800 people were killed and an estimated 165,000 were injured in crashes that involved red light running.