Nevada State lawmakers consider installing red light cameras with SB43

Drivers who run red lights could soon be caught thanks to technology. State lawmakers are considering Senate Bill 43 , that would allow red light cameras to be installed at major intersections under certain circumstances.

Nevada was one of six states that the National Transportation Safety Board recommended use these cameras. They hope the cameras can decrease deadly car crashes throughout the valley.

According to Zero Fatalities NV , the law would reduce red light violations, without diverting law enforcement resources from other areas.