RED LIGHT CAMERAS
already done so, please read the Redlands section on the Camera
of Redlands Documents
Some of Redlands' tickets may possibly be ignored. If your "ticket" does not have the Superior Court's name and address on it, it is a fake, what I call a "Snitch Ticket." For more details, see the Snitch Ticket section on the Your Ticket page.
closed in 2009.
Set # 1
Notices Printed 
This table made by highwayrobbery.net, using official documents obtained under the California Public Records Act.
Source data for table above: 2008-2009 Counts
[ ] indicates a footnote.
 Totals are as provided by the City.
 YTD = Year-to-date total.
 Un-used columns are to allow for later expansion of City's system.
 Any figures in red type (or, if you are looking at this table in black and white, the upper figure when there are two or more figures in a cell) are what RedFlex calls Total Violations, or all incidents recorded by the cameras, and due to time limitations may have been posted here only for selected months or locations. If there is sufficient public interest, the remaining months will be posted. The figures in black type are what RedFlex calls Notices Printed, and represent the sum of genuine citations issued (those filed with the court) plus any Nominations mailed (not filed with the court, a.k.a. Snitch Tickets).
 Monthly data has been received but has not yet been posted on this table, due to time constraints.
 The camera enforcement is believed to be on traffic on the first-named street, but the direction of enforcement (north, south, east, west, thru, left, right) is not yet available.
 Includes enforcement of posted "no turn on red" signs.
 The dramatic decrease in the # of violations was due to a lengthening of the yellow - see Set # 2, below.
This table made by highwayrobbery.net, using official reports provided by the City.
Why was 3.0
considered to be too short?
In the City's speed survey the
City's assistant public works director wrote (at the top of page 3)
that for the segment of Citrus west of University, "a speed limit of 35
mph would be indicated." But then he proceeded to reduce the
limit to 25, based upon improper considerations such as the presence of
pedestrians, congestion, and nighttime traffic. That 25 limit -
even though it only applied to the west side of the intersection while
everything east of there was a 40 limit - was used to justify a 3.0
sec. yellow. And that too-short yellow generated a lot of
What can you do if
you already paid?
case! See FAQ # 26.
Redlands Docs Set # 3