There are red light programs in 61 Texas cities. Well, there WERE red light programs in 61 Texas cities. That number is now down to 4, since Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed House Bill 1361 which essentially bans red light cameras in the state.

There was a caveat though that allows cities to continue to use their red light cameras if they have a contract with the red light camera company that they can't get out of. So, here you go. Here's your list of the cities where the red light cameras are out of commission, and the cities where red light cameras will still operate.

Cities Where Red Light Cameras BANNED

  • Allen
  • Arlington
  • Austin
  • Balch Springs
  • Bastrop
  • Baytown
  • Bedford
  • Burleson
  • Cedar Hill
  • Cleveland
  • College Station
  • Conroe
  • Coppell
  • Corpus Christi
  • Dallas
  • Denton
  • Diboll
  • Duncanville
  • Elgin
  • EL PASO
  • Farmers Branch
  • Fort Worth
  • Frisco
  • Garland
  • Grand Prairie
  • Haltom City
  • Harligen
  • Houston
  • Hurst
  • Hutto
  • Irving
  • Jersey Village
  • Killeen
  • Lake Jackson
  • League City
  • Little Elm
  • Longview
  • Lufkin
  • Magnolia
  • Marshall
  • McKinney
  • Mesquite
  • Montgomery County
  • North Richland Hills
  • Plano
  • Port Lavaca
  • Richardson
  • Richland Hills
  • Roanoke
  • Round Rock
  • Rowlett
  • South Lake
  • Sugar Land
  • Tomball
  • University Park
  • Wautaga
  • Willis

Now here are the few cities where the red light cameras are STILL OPERATIONAL

  • Amarillo
  • Balcones Heights
  • Humble
  • Leon Valley (Bexar County)