Red-light cameras are now common across Texas, with at least 35 cities using them to monitor intersections.

Now you can explore them with our latest data application. It features details about camera locations statewide. Users can interact with maps, view camera locations by specific cities or drill down to individual intersections to see images, crash figures and citation totals.

We're making this data available for download so programmers and developers can build their own applications (with credit, of course). We've also created the ability for users to embed the application on their Web sites and blogs.

View the explainer video to learn how to navigate the application, and then explore.

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