The city's photo red light program enhances traveler safety on our roadways through the use of technology. A photo red light system is currently in place at the intersection of E. 60th Avenue and U.S. 85 - one of the most dangerous intersections in the city.
How Does the System Work?A red light violation occurs when a motorist enters an intersection after a traffic signal has turned red. There are signs posted near the intersection to advise drivers that they are approaching a photo red light device. The system digitally captures a picture of the vehicle prior to and during the violation, a picture of the license plate and a photograph of the driver's face. These images are electronically transmitted to the police department to review and confirm that a violation occurred.
Notice and FeesThe registered owner of the vehicle receives a mailed notice of violation and the assessment of a $75 fine.
You can also view and pay your violation in person at the police department. In both cases, you will need the notice and PIN number located on your mailed violation.