How does the Stop on Red program work?
Stop on Red uses digital cameras installed at a number of intersections around the city of Council Bluffs. When a vehicle runs a red light at a monitored intersection, sensors installed in the roadway activate a battery of cameras. The cameras take three digital photos and twelve seconds of digital video footage. These pictures document the violation. The system is only triggered by red-light runners.
Vehicles running red lights trigger the system and cameras record the actual offenses.

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1. Can I make payments or get an extension?
2. How does the Stop on Red program work?
3. How do I know if an intersection is using Stop on Red?
4. How do violators get notified?
5. I lost my ticket, how do I get another?
6. What if my payment is late or I don’t pay?
7. What if the registered owner of the vehicle was not driving it at the time of the driving violation?
8. What is considered running a red light?
9. Where can I pay my ticket in person?
10. Which intersections will have photo enforcement?
11. Who do I contact to appeal the ticket?
12. Who gets the ticket?
13. Who operates Stop on Red?