Florida House Bill 6083 – Repeals provisions relating to Mark Wandall Traffic Safety Program & authorization to use traffic infraction detectors (red-light cameras)
Repeals provisions relating to Mark Wandall Traffic Safety Program & authorization to use traffic infraction detectors (red-light cameras), repeals provisions relating to distribution of penalties, transitional implementation, & placement & installation; conforms cross-references & provisions to changes made by act.Full Bill Text
UPDATE March 14, 2020: Died in Appropriations Committee.
UPDATE February 4, 2020: Passed the Transportation Committee by a 9 – 5 vote and has been referred to the House Appropriations Committee.
UPDATE January 17, 2020: Bill assigned to House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.
Bill 6083 was introduced to the Florida State House on January 14, 2020. It has not been referred to a committee yet.
H 6083 would amend or repeal a number of sections in the Florida Statutes, Title XIII Motor Vehicles, effectively banning the state and localities within the state from operating red-light cameras. The NMA has long been opposed to the use of red-light cameras and photo enforcement in general, for a number of reasons. We support this bill.