Lawmakers passed a Red Light Camera bill through the State House of Representatives.

The measure in its current form would create a committee to develop policies for all counties to follow before putting red light cameras on their streets.

"We want to make sure we roll out a system that covers all the bases and can be fully enforceable and not have to repeal it or make big changes in the following years, we want to make sure we have a system that works right away," Representative Henry Aquino, Transportation Committee Chairman said.

The bill has now passed through both the House and Senate, and now it is a conference committee and final vote away from heading to the Governor's office to possibly become law.