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SB 1362: Red Light Cameras (2010)


Senate Bill 1362 would protect the rights of Californians cited by traffic enforcement cameras. It would require that cities using red light cameras establish policies and procedures to better ensure that citations are properly and appropriately issued, and that motorists can effectively challenge incorrectly administered tickets. Senate Bill 1362 is one of the 2009-2010 winners of Simitian’s “There Oughta Be A Law” contest.  The bill was proposed by San Jose resident Vera Gil.

Final Status and Text

SB 1362 is no longer active. Its final status was:
Did not pass the Legislature

You can read its final text on the Legislature's Bill Information site.

News & Press Releases about SB 1362

06/04/2012 - Palo Alto Lawmaker’s Bill Would Restrict Use Of Red-Light Cameras

05/31/2012 - Senate Passes Simitian Bill To Curb Red-Light Camera Abuses

09/01/2011 - "Red Light Camera" Reforms Headed To Governor

05/16/2011 - Senate Approves Measure To Protect Motorists From "Red Light Camera" Abuses

03/03/2011 - Simitian Announces 'Oughta Be a Law' Winners

06/15/2010 - Red-light cameras would get closer look in state Senate bill

06/02/2010 - Senate passes red light reform

06/01/2010 - "Red Light Camera" Reform Bill Passes Senate

05/28/2010 - Simitian Bills Aim to Protect Drivers' Rights: Tolls, Privacy and Due Process at Issue

04/12/2010 - Help urged for falsely accused red light runners

03/30/2010 - Red-light camera victim among 'There Oughta Be A Law' winners

03/29/2010 - Senator Simitian Announces 2009-10 "Oughta Be A Law" Contest Winners