Public Safety Comes First!
Don't get caught on video.
Stop for RED at the line or pay the fine!
Did You Know?
- National Statistics show that motorists are more likely to be injured in red-light running collisions than in other types of collisions.
- More than 55% of the driving population admit to running red lights (U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration).
How Does The Red Light Photo Enforcement Program Work?
Cameras at intersections with Red Light Photo Enforcement equipment photograph all vehicles, traveling at a minimum speed and entering the intersection after the light turns red. The camera does not take photographs during the yellow phase of the signal. The photographs are used to mail a citation to the registered owner of the vehicle. The registered owner information is received through the Department of Motor Vehicles. If the registered owner is not the driver in the photograph, he or she is given the opportunity to identify the driver so the citation can be re-issued. There is a fine associated with a Red Light Photo Enforcement citation.