RED LIGHT CAMERAS
already done so, please read the San Rafael section on the Camera
Some of San Rafael's tickets can possibly be
If your "ticket" does not have the Superior Court's name and
address on it, it is what I call a "Snitch Ticket." For more
details, see the Snitch Ticket
on the Your Ticket page.
San Rafael Docs
Set # 1
Notices Printed 
New 6-11-10, updated 11-25-12
This table made by highwayrobbery.net, using official reports provided by the City under the California Public Records Act.
Source Docs: Official reports, Sep. 2009 to May 2010
Official statistics, 18 Months, Nov. 2009 to Apr. 2011 
Official reports, 2010 to 2012
[ ] 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 was requested on:
 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.
 For this 18-month period, the statistics compiled by the City - see link above - show that during the period there were 2252 right turn violations recorded by the cameras and between 2842 and 5372 left turn violations, making turning violations represent between 51% and 76% of the total. (Please note that these statistics are of violations recorded, not citations issued.)
San Rafael Docs Set # 2
"Late Time" Graphs
The City provided bar graphs of Late Times, etcetera, for all of its cameras.
These graphs track violations recorded, not tickets issued.
Where there is a large number of long Late Time violations in a curb lane, it is believed to indicate heavy ticketing on right turns.
(The curb lane will be the lane with the highest lane number.)
The picture above is an example from another city.
3IR-01 Dec. 2009
3IR-01 Apr. 2010
IR3-01 Dec. 2009 (not yet received)
IR3-01 Apr. 2010
Bar graphs are available for more than fifty other cities - see the list in the expanded version of Defect # 9.
This listing of contracts and/or
was up-to-date as of Oct. 18, 2012.
San Rafael Docs Set # 4
San Rafael Docs Set