Sugar Land will evaluate the future of red light cameras

11 member task force to make recommendation

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SUGAR LAND - The Sugar Land City Council has appointed 11 members to a task force that will evaluate the future of red light cameras in city.

According to the city, the independent Traffic Safety Task Force will work for about 120 days to develop a recommendation that could include elimination of Sugar Land's red light program, modification of the program, or continuation of the program.

Sugar Land currently utilizes red light cameras at four intersections: Highway 59 at Highway 6; Highway 90A at Dairy Ashford; Eldridge Road at West Airport Boulevard, and Highway 6 at Lexington Boulevard.

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