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Idaho Red Light Cameras

Red Light Camera Locations 

Find a red light camera in your area. Read more...

 

What Are Traffic Lights? 

The flow of traffic through intersections is regulated by traffic lights.  The most common type of light will have a red light on top, yellow light in the middle and green light at the bottom. Read more...

 

Fines and Penalties for Running a Red Light 

In Idaho a traffic ticket is called a “uniform citation” and is dealt with by the magistrate division of the district court.  Misdemeanors are handled in the court of the county where the infraction occurred.  When you go to trial the state will be represented by a prosecuting attorney. Read more...

 

Idaho Red Lights 

In some states there are cameras connected to traffic signals and sensors in the pavement.  Once a car passes the sensor in the pavement and the light has turned red, the camera will be triggered. Read more...

 

Dangers of Running Red Lights 

Intersection crashes not only pose a danger to the driver but to the occupants of the vehicle and pedestrians in the area.  Passengers in the vehicle incur increased danger since the majority of collisions involve a side impact to one of the vehicles. Once you decide to run a red light, you might be deciding to hit a pedestrian.  There are very few accidents between cars and pedestrians that have a good outcome.   The most common results are severe injury or death.  In 2004 on the average, a pedestrian in the United States was killed every 111 minutes. Read more...

 

Idaho Statistics

In 2006 within intersection and intersection-related fatal crashes were 23% of total fatalities according to the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration.   This translates to 267 people being killed just from intersection crashes.  The average pedestrian fatalities increased 37.5% from the year 2000 to 2004. Read more...

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