Frequently Asked Questions for Red-Light Running Cameras Project

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1 Frequently Asked Questions for Red-Light Running Cameras Project Why is red-light running dangerous? A. Traffic crashes are the single most significant cause of preventable death and injury in America. Red-light running is often associated with side-impact crashes, the deadliest type of crash. More than 1,000 people are killed and over 180,000 people are injured each year due to red light runners. In addition, traffic crashes caused by red light runners cost American motorists more than $14 billion annually, according to the National Highway Safety Administration. What safety benefits do red-light cameras provide? A. There is no other method of traffic patrol that is safer, more efficient or more effective in reducing red-light violations. This technology is expected to reduce manpower costs and, more importantly, further reduce traffic crashes at intersections. Are there studies that support red-light cameras as being effective at improving safety? A: Yes, there are. To name just a couple of them, a study completed by Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) showed that after cameras had been operating for one year in Philadelphia, Pa., violation rates at the six enforced approaches declined 87 to 100 percent. ( Mind Those Traffic Lights, Status Report, Vol. 42, No. 1, January 27, 2007). And in Gallatin, Tenn., a comparison of 2007 and 2005, the first full year with redlight safety cameras and the last year without, there were the following dramatic drops in crashes: 21 percent decrease in motor vehicle crashes 22 percent decrease in property damage crashes 15 percent decrease in personal injury crashes 19 percent decrease in side impact crashes 19 percent decrease in intersection related injury crashes 50 percent decrease in fatalities Under Florida law, at what point does a driver commit a red-light violation? A: The driver is in violation if the vehicle crosses the white stop line on the pavement after the signal turns red. A law enforcement officer will review and approve each case before a citation is issued to verify that the driver did violate Florida law. How did the Intersection Safety Ordinance begin and when were Red-Light Running Cameras installed? A: The Sheriff s Office brought the concern of high incidents of drivers running red lights to the Board of County Commissioners and asked for the creation of the Intersection Safety Ordinance to authorize the use of unmanned cameras at road intersections to enforce ordinance violations of vehicles running red lights in April The Sheriff s Office and Traffic Operations Department sought proposals from competent vendors who could manage the program. A vendor, American Traffic Solutions, was approved by the Board of County Commissioners in February The next step was to determine the top locations where a high incidence of occurred. A list was compiled and determination was made for the top 12 locations that need better enforcement to have the photo enforcement equipment installed initially with an additional 12 locations to follow. Equipment installation began and the first approach to become live was westbound Pine Ridge Road at the intersection of Airport-Pulling Road in early April of this year. Warnings were issued for the first 60 days with citations starting on May

2 31, The Board of County Commissioners amended the Intersection Safety Ordinance on Oct. 13, 2009 and the Florida Secretary of State signed the revised ordinance on Oct. 14, 2009 changing the civil penalty from $125 for each occurrence to a new fine structure of $62.50 for the initial violation; $75 for a second violation within any five-year period: and $100 for the third and all subsequent offenses within a five-year period. The citation is issued to the vehicle owner and since it is a violation of a local ordinance, no points are assigned against the vehicle owner s driving record and a violation cannot be the basis for suspension or revocation of any driving privilege. How was it decided which locations to place Red-Light Running Cameras? A: The current locations were determined from review of locations where there were high incidents of crashes. How many Red-Light Running Cameras will be installed? A: The county s contract with the vendor, American Traffic Solutions, calls for 24 cameras to be installed in the first two years (by the end of 2010). Don t the number of rear-end crashes increase once Red-Light Running Cameras are installed? A: That could be a possibility but we haven t seen that from the data received thus far. The public awareness and outreach campaign that started this spring prior to the Red-Light Running Cameras being activated advises motorists to obey current laws to stop on red and it seems to be working. Public awareness and outreach to attempt to better educate drivers to their legal and civic duty as well as to alert drivers not to follow too closely is ongoing. Why and how was a vendor chosen? A. When the Board of County Commissioners approved the request from the Sheriff s Office to begin the use of camera enforcement for red light running it had already been researched as to ways to implement such a camera enforcement program. The two basic choices were: (1) to contract with one of numerous vendors available who would supply, install, implement, and maintain the cameras; or (2) to buy the equipment and install it with county funding. Since photo enforcement camera installations cost approximately $100,000 each to install and additional employees to process, and the county had no funding nor personnel with the expertise required to install and operate them, the obvious route was to utilize a contract vendor. Additionally, the success of the program is red light compliance making purchase of specialized equipment inadvisable as incidents of red light running are diminished. A Competitive Request for Proposals was sent out and the winning proposal was from American Traffic Solutions (ATS), the largest company providing this service in the country. ATS contracted with the county to furnish and install the camera equipment, maintain it, pay for the electricity, provide the communications carrier to relay the photos and video to a processing center, and operate the entire field program. They collect the images of possible violators, search state databases to identify the owners of the vehicles, forward the photos and video tape of each possible violation to the Sheriff s Office (SO) for a ruling as to whether the video does indeed show a violation, and, if SO authorized, send the notice of code violation citation to the vehicle owner by Registered Mail. They then track the payment of the citations, which are deposited directly from credit cards (VISA and MASTERCARD) into a lock box in an independent bank, and assure that the bank forwards ALL of the collected fines to the Collier County Clerk s Office. Payment can also be made directly to the county at the Code Compliance Department. As each

3 person receiving a citation has the right to appeal their citation, the vendor receives the intent to appeal from the cited owners and notifies the Collier County Code Compliance Department that the cited owner requires a hearing date. The county arranges for a hearing with the Special Magistrate. For the above equipment installation, operation, and processing services the vendor invoices the county each month and receives payment from the funds that the County Clerk s office has received from the bank. By contract, the fee paid is on a sliding scale adjusted by the number of citations and varies between $51.20 each for the first 90 citations per month per camera to a low of $21.20 if there are over 150 citations per month per camera. The difference between the fine amount and the vendors payment goes to the county. Originally the fine was $125 which gave the county a minimum share of $73.80 per citation, a considerably larger share than the vendor. Recently the Board of County Commissioners voted to reduce the fines to a tiered structure of $62.50 for the first offense, $75.00 for the second offense, and $100 for each subsequent offense. The vendor s payment will continue as per contract, but the county will receive less funding reflecting a commitment to the safety aspects of the program as the emphasis. Much criticism has been leveled at the program calling it a revenue generator for the county how does the county respond to this? A. Safety is the main priority. For many years law enforcement officers in Collier County have issued thousands of tickets yearly to those who fail to stop on red at signalized intersections. They post locations in the news media where they will perform red light infraction details and still issue hundreds of tickets each time. Deputies can not be at every signalized intersection all the time to physically enforce the law requiring drivers to stop on red. Education is key. Public outreach is on-going. Signs are in place to alert drivers to the law and to the photo enforcement. Monetary fines are in place to bring home the point that the law must be obeyed. The fines have been reduced but the law requires drivers to stop on red in Florida as well as the rest of the country and most other countries. Every driver needs to obey or face the civil penalty the county has imposed through Collier County Ordinance Who will oversee the processing of citations and fines? A. The vendor is required to process all citations and fines. Where can I pay my citation and which method of payment is accepted? A. The citation includes the following information: ONLINE PAYMENT: The fastest and easiest way to pay your Notice is online. Go to and logon with your Notice # and Personal Identification Number (PIN) shown in the red box on the front of the notice. Click the Pay button. There is a $4 convenience fee. PAYMENT BY PHONE: Call toll free, between 8:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time. There is a $4 convenience fee. PAYMENT BY MAIL: Mail your check or money order (payable to Collier County BCC) in the envelope enclosed with the coupon printed at the bottom of the reverse side of the notice. DO NOT MAIL CASH. Be sure to put the Notice # on the face of your payment. How does the camera determine that it is my vehicle when there are thousands of cars made with the same color and model? A. A photo is taken of the license plate and it is compared to the vehicle registration data bases. If I am in doubt that the vehicle is mine, how can I contest the citation?

4 A. The citation includes the following information: THERE ARE TWO WAYS TO CONTEST THIS VIOLATION: (1) You may contest the imposition of the civil penalty by signing and mailing the coupon below to request an appearance before a Hearing Officer. Your request must be received by the Due Date stated on the front of the Notice. Upon receipt, you will be notified of the date, time and location of your Hearing. (2) It is presumed that the registered owner of the vehicle for which a Notice of Code Violation is issued is the person who committed the red zone infraction. However, at the time of the infraction if your vehicle was sold, stolen, otherwise not in your care, custody or control without your consent, or other grounds permissible for an appeal under Ordinance Section , you may submit an Affidavit of Non-Responsibility to the Collier County Intersection Safety Program. Your Affidavit must be received by the DUE DATE of your Notice. Your affidavit and supporting documentation will be reviewed and will result in either dismissal of this violation or scheduling of a hearing. You will be notified in writing of any action taken. You may download an Affidavit of Non-Responsibility at You will need your Notice # and Pin# printed on the front of the notice to download the affidavit. The Affidavit must be completed, signed, notarized, and mailed, with all supporting documentation, to Collier County Intersection Safety Program, Processing Center, P.O. Box 59995, Phoenix, AZ and it must be received by the due date stated on the front of the Notice. RENTAL AND LEASING AGENCIES, are advised to pay the fine and charge the amount to the person who has rented/leased the vehicle. How do I know when and where do I go to court? A. You only need to go to court if you contest the citation. Contested citations will be processed through the Special Magistrate. The time and date of the hearing will be provided to you in writing by the vendor, American Traffic Solutions. What happens if I do not pay the fine? A. The citation is issued to the vehicle owner and since it is a violation of a local ordinance, no points are assigned against the vehicle owner s driving record and a violation cannot be the basis for suspension or revocation of any driving privilege. However, a noticed vehicle owner who fails to pay in full the applicable civil fine within 21 days, shall lose the privilege to obtain or renew every Collier County Tax Collector local business tax receipt issued to the owner, and the privilege to obtain other licenses or permits issued by the county. A noticed vehicle owner may contest the notice by filing an appeal with the Collier County Code Enforcement Department (unrelated to the vendor, ATS) no later than 21 days after the vehicle s owner received the notice after paying a $50.00 administrative fee, which is reimbursable if the appeal is successful. Collection services are provided in Collier County s contract with ATS. The ordinance also provides that the county may elect to enforce all such fines and costs by civil action in the nature of the debt. Who hired the special magistrate that hears the appeals for violating the Intersection Safety Ordinance? A. The magistrate is hired by the Collier County Code Compliance Department as a Special Hearings Magistrate for all Code Violation Hearings, including the Red Light Running Hearings. Because the Red Light Running Program is an enforcement of a County Ordinance, (the Intersection Safety Ordinance), violators are actually in non-compliance with a County Ordinance when they fail to stop for a red light. If they wish to appeal their citation they have the right and opportunity to do

5 so, the same as they would for any Code Violation. To do so they stand before the county s Special Magistrate, who decides if they are in compliance or not with the County Ordinances. The photo enforcement vendor has nothing to do with the hearing other than notifying the Code Compliance Department that the vehicle owner wishes to appeal their citation rather than pay the fine. For ease of service and efficiency of SO personnel the red light citations are all scheduled by Code Compliance on the same day, separate from other Code Violation Hearing dates that the Code Compliance Officers attend. Where do I call if I have any questions regarding my citation? A. The vendor provides a toll free number on the citation to access all the information regarding the citation. Why can t the Collier County Sheriff s Office deputies just ticket red light runners in-person? A. Deputies do ticket red light violators in-person but they can not be at every signalized intersection all the time to physically enforce the law requiring drivers to stop on red. Law enforcement officers in Collier County issue thousands of tickets yearly to those who fail to stop on red at signalized intersections. They post locations in the news media where they will perform red light infraction details and despite the advance notice, still issue hundreds of tickets each time. One of the reasons that the sheriff originally requested that this program be put in place is that it is a far more efficient and safe use of resources, both personnel and vehicles, than having the officers at the intersection corners observing traffic and then chasing violators to give them tickets. Additionally, there are always safety risks associated with pursuing violators and with making traffic stops on roadways due to blocking traffic while writing the tickets. Deputies can be much more efficient viewing the violations on video several hours per day from cameras than sitting at one intersection corner idling a cruiser while waiting for a violator. How much yellow light time is programmed into the traffic signals? A. Following the guidelines of the International Transportation Institute (ITE) the duration of the amber clearance interval at signals in Collier County are set in accordance with what is known as the ITE Clearance Formula. That formula combines the time required for a driver to recognize that the signal has changed to amber and the time that is required to bring a normal vehicle to a controlled, smooth stop. The stopping time is calculated using the factors of the vehicle's speed, the condition of the pavement, and whether the vehicle is traveling up or down a hill (no hills in South Florida except at overpass ramps). The values for the amber time on level terrain calculate at just under 1 second for every 10 mph of speed, so to be even more conservative we set the main street amber clearance intervals to equal a full one second of amber per 10 mph of speed, i.e., 40 mph gets 4.0 seconds, 45 mph gets 4.5 seconds, and 55 mph gets 5.5 seconds of amber interval. Since left-turning vehicles are usually traveling much slower we normally provide them 3.0 seconds of amber time, unless we observe higher turning speeds at an intersection, in which case we raise it to 4.0 seconds. Our minimum amber times are 4.0 seconds on the through lanes and 3.0 seconds on the left-turn movements. In addition to the amber clearance intervals we also include what is referred to as an All-Red Interval, which is a period of time between when a signal goes red and the next green signal comes on for a conflicting movement. For through movements we normally set this at one or two seconds, depending upon the size of the intersection and how far a vehicle has to travel to pass through the intersection. For left-turns we normally allow a one second all-red period before the oncoming traffic gets a green signal. Most drivers are not aware of this all-red interval and we don't really advertise it because we are afraid that some aggressive drivers will begin to "push the envelope" even further with their red-light running. As we are aware of the existence of the all-red

6 interval it is especially frightening to see people speeding through an intersecting after conflicting traffic has received a green signal, knowing that their light was red for a full two seconds before they entered the intersection. In addition to the above, we must also review every traffic signal timing before installing it and then again after the intersection is turned on or any changes to the roadway are made at or near the intersection. We cannot just accept even the ITE's industry recognized formula carte blanche, which is why we must be in the field watching traffic and the signal operation to assure that all intervals are appropriate in length to provide safe operation. When will a review of this system occur to see if it is effective? A. The county s contract with the vendor, American Traffic Solutions (ATS), required that a total of twelve cameras be installed during the first year. The first camera was installed in early April and the rest were installed and came on line over the next few months. All 12 were operational by Oct. 15. Over the next year we will be monitoring the success of the red light camera enforcement program. It is too early to tell if the enforcement is reducing crashes at the intersection. It will take at least a full years worth of data from all the locations to evaluate the success of the program. Where can I get current Red Light Regulations concerning "turn on red" for Collier County? Is it ok to turn on red after a complete stop if the intersection is not marked otherwise? A. State statutes concerning stopping on red and making right turns on red can be found within Florida Statute at the Florida Legislature Web site: (http://www.leg.state.fl.us/statutes/index.cfm?app_mode=display_statute&url=ch0316/titl031 6.htm&StatuteYear=2009&Title=%2D%3E2009%2D%3EChapter%20316 ) and they are applicable to all counties and cities within Florida. As long as there is no sign stating NO TURN ON RED it is completely permissible, after making a complete stop at the stop bar, to carefully creep forward to better see traffic conditions and then to make the right turn, yielding to all other vehicular, pedestrian, and bicycle movements. Keep in mind that is not required to make a right turn on red. Updated

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