Red Light Camera Locations
Find a red light camera in your area. Read more...
What Are Traffic Lights?
Traffic signals are used to control pedestrian and vehicle traffic
at intersections. When a traffic signal is not working, you must
come to a complete stop before proceeding. After checking for
pedestrians and other vehicles, you may proceed with caution. The
most common type of traffic signal is one with a green, yellow and red
light. Read more...
Fines and Penalties for Running a Red Light
Disobeying a Nevada traffic signal or stop sign will earn you 4
demerits assigned to your Nevada Driving Record. After twelve months
from the date of conviction the demerits will be removed, although
convictions do remain as part of your permanent driving record. Read more...
Nevada Red Lights
Currently, there is a pilot program (January 2008 to January 2009)
to evaluate the use of red light cameras in Nevada.. Cameras are
placed at busy intersections to catch red light runners. The
cameras are only activated when a violation occurs. The
intersection cameras will stay if the data shows that crashes from
motorists running red lights have decreased. Read more...
Dangers of Running Red Lights
Accidents will happen if traffic signals are not obeyed.
Vehicles and pedestrians are in danger of someone running a red
light. Once the light turns, both often assumes that the vehicles
in the other directions have or will stop. If a pedestrian is in
an accident with a vehicle, they often are injured or even killed. Read more...
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration 24%
of fatal crashes from 2002 to 2006 occurred within intersections. Read more...