How do violators get notified?
Within 18 days, a ticket will be mailed to the registered owner of the vehicle. It will contain three full color digital images taken of the violation, each imprinted with the date, time and location. A Web address will also be published (on page 4 of the ticket) where still pictures and a short video of the actual driving violation can be viewed on the Internet. The video is available for 60 days from the date of violation at Enter City Code: CBLF

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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?