Colorado HB 1099 – Concerning the elimination of the use of automated vehicle identification systems for traffic law enforcement
Concerning the elimination of the use of automated vehicle identification systems for traffic law enforcementFull Bill Text
UPDATE May 11, 2019: Legislative session ended without taking action on the bill.
UPDATE February 20, 2019: The committee voted 7 to 4 to indefinitely postpone a decision on HB 1099.
HB 1099 was introduced on January 14, 2910 and subsequently was referred to the House Transportation and Local Government Committee. A committee hearing is scheduled for February 20, 2019
HB 1099 repeals the authorization for the state, a county, a city and county, or a municipality to use automated vehicle identification systems, including red light cameras, to identify violators of traffic regulations and issue citations based on photographic evidence and creates a prohibition on such activity. The bill also repeals the authorization for the department of public safety to use an automated vehicle identification system to detect speeding violations within a highway maintenance, repair, or construction zone.
The NMA supports the passage and enactment of HB 1099.