Traffic

Traffic

Photo Red Light Enforcement Program

Riverside’s Photo Red Light Enforcement Program Ended

The City of Riverside’s Photo Red Light Enforcement Program ended on September 15th, 2014. The photo enforcement cameras are no longer capturing red light violations and the equipment will soon be removed by the photo enforcement vendor, Redflex Traffic Systems.

Any citations issued for incidents occurring prior to September 16, 2014 will be filed with the court and are due and payable within approximately 45 days. Citations can be appealed through the normal court process.

Residents can contact Photo Enforcement Operators with any questions or concerns by calling (951) 826-2277 or coming to City Hall at 3900 Main Street on the 4th floor on Wednesdays and Thursdays only, 8 am to 5 pm.

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Citations

All potential infractions are reviewed and authorized by the City's Police Department before citations are issued. Drivers who receive citations are able to review digital photos and video of the infraction in person at City Hall Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., or via the Photonotice secure website within 60 days from the day the violation occurred. You will need information from your citation to view the pictures and the video.

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How do I pay for my red light ticket?

All payments are to be made with the Riverside County Superior Court. Credit card payment


If you plan to contest your citations please note that all traffic court trials will be heard at the Moreno Valley Traffic Court. To contact the court by phone please call (951) 222-0384.

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