City Council approves red light camera settlement; cams to come down within 60 days
HOUSTON (KTRK) -- It appears today is the day the battle over red light cameras in Houston will finally come to an end.
The Houston City Council Wednesday morning approved a settlement that will end the city's dealings with the company that operates the cameras.
In the settlement between American Traffic Solutions and the city over a breach of contract, ATS would get about $4.8 million. In addition, the company would receive a portion of any funds the city collects from violators
With the vote passing, the red light cameras will be coming down within 60 days.
Both parties will meet with a federal judge Wednesday afternoon to finalize the deal.
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