Red Light Cameras - Annual Data Reports
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Texas Transportation Code §707.004 requires local authorities to monitor and annually report to TxDOT statistical information on crashes occurring at intersections monitored by red light camera enforcement systems. The Code requires TxDOT to publish the information submitted by the local authorities.

TxDOT annually publishes notification of the Post-Activation reporting criteria and deadlines in the Texas Register. Notification is also sent by email to the contact person for each municipality known to have active red light camera enforcement systems.

Effective June 2, 2019, per HB 1631, 86th Texas Legislature, local authorities are no longer permitted to install or operate photographic traffic signal enforcement systems, or red light cameras, and use of evidence from photographic enforcement systems is prohibited.

The new law does allow municipalities with ordinances enacted before May 7, 2019, that entered into a contract for the administration and enforcement of a photographic traffic signal enforcement system to continue to operate the system under the ordinance, contract, and Chapter 707 of the Texas Transportation Code until the expiration date specified in the contract, as long as the contract does not include language allowing termination of the agreement if the systems are banned. These municipalities should continue to submit Post-Activation Annual Reports to TxDOT through the year after the expiration of their contract.

Note: The information in the reports below was submitted to TxDOT by the various municipalities in response to the reporting requirements in TTC §707.004. The reports are published as submitted. TxDOT did not verify the reports for completeness or accuracy of the data.


Questions regarding red light camera enforcement systems in specific municipalities should be directed to the municipality where the red light camera enforcement system is installed. A contact list is available.


The Pre-Activation Reports and 2021 Post-Activation Reports, as well as the TTI Photographic Traffic Enforcement Systems Evaluation Reports, are available on this page. The 2009-2020 Post-Activation Reports are available on other pages:

Pre-Activation Reports

City PDF
Amarillo Amarillo Pre-Activation PDF
Arlington Arlington Pre-Activation PDF
Austin Austin Pre-Activation PDF
Baytown Baytown Pre-Activation PDF
Bedford Bedford Pre-Activation PDF
Cleveland Cleveland Pre-Activation PDF
College Station College Station Pre-Activation PDF
Conroe Conroe Pre-Activation PDF
Denton Denton Pre-Activation PDF
Diboll Diboll Pre-Activation PDF
Fort Worth Fort Worth Pre-Activation PDF
Frisco Frisco Pre-Activation PDF
Garland Garland Pre-Activation PDF
Haltom City Haltom City Pre-Activation PDF
Jersey Village Jersey Village Pre-Activation PDF
League City League City Pre-Activation PDF
Longview Longview Pre-Activation PDF
Mesquite Mesquite Pre-Activation PDF
Port Lavaca Port Lavaca Pre-Activation PDF
Richardson Richardson Pre-Activation PDF
Richland Hills Richland Hills Pre-Activation PDF
Round Rock Round Rock Pre-Activation PDF
University Park University Park Pre-Activation PDF
Willis Willis Pre-Activation PDF
Woodlands Township Woodlands Township Pre-Activation PDF

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2021 Post-Activation Reports

City PDF
Amarillo 2020 Post-Activation PDF
Balcones Heights
Balcones Heights 2020 Post Activation PDF
Humble Humble 2020 Post Activation PDF
Leon Valley Leon Valley 2020 Post Activation PDF

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TTI Photographic Traffic Enforcement Systems Evaluation Reports

Date Title PDF
11/08 Analysis on the Effectiveness of Photographic Traffic Signal Enforcement Systems in Texas
08/12 An Empirical Bayes Analysis of Photographic Traffic Enforcement Systems in Texas
Evaluation of Automated Traffic Enforcement Systems in Texas PDF
08/11 Evaluation of Automated Traffic Enforcement Systems in Texas
Evaluation of Automated Traffic Enforcement Systems in Texas PDF
08/10 Evaluation of Photographic Traffic Signal Enforcement Systems in Texas Evaluation of Photographic Traffic Signal Enforcement Systems in Texas PDF

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