Texas considering making red light cameras illegal. San Angelo has none

“Currently the city of San Angelo does not have red light cameras,” said Dustin Hohensee, Traffic Operations Superintendent for San Angelo. “The cameras that we do have in place are for traffic actuation or traffic signal actuation to help move traffic safely and more efficiently through intersections and down our roadways throughout the city.”

San Angelo currently only has traffic control cameras and emergency vehicle sensors, none of which are capable of recording images. To improve safety for city workers, and cut back on maintenance costs, the city is proceeding with replacement of the standard cameras with wide-angle cameras that can see more traffic with fewer installations. The new cameras, like the old, are not able to record images.