State bills in Missouri's General Assembly to curtail red light cameras came up short in the recent legislative session, but there's good news in St. Louis!
St. Louis American: St. Louis judge halts red-light cameras in the city:
According to KMOX, Judge Mark Neill has thrown out red-light camera laws in St. Louis.The 22nd Judicial Circuit Court judge ruled there was no state legislation to enable the red-light cameras in the city. The cameras, which earned the city approximately $3 million each year in revenue through $100 fines, are no longer valid in the City of St. Louis due to Neill's ruling. Officials from the city have not commented on whether the ruling will be appealed.