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Why did I get this citation?
A vehicle registered or leased to you was photographed by an automatic camera connected to a traffic signal. These cameras are only active when the light is red. Vehicles crossing the stop bar after the light turns red are detected automatically and three photographs are taken.

Superimposed on each photograph is the date, time, location and how long into the red signal the violation occurred.

Red Light Enforcement

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1. Why did I get this citation?
2. How can I pay a red light violation?
3. Is this citation considered a traffic ticket?
4. How do I arrange for accommodations for persons with disabilities?
5. Can I contest this violation?

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