You must have your Notice of Violation (NOV) # and PIN # to access all violation information.
Questions? Want to talk to a Traffic Infraction Enforcement Officer? Call 407.246.2060.
The Red Light Camera system is activated when a vehicle fails to stop for a red light before entering the crosswalk/intersection. The camera takes digital photos and video to record the event. The event is reviewed by a City of Orlando Traffic Infraction Enforcement Officer who decides to issue or reject. The cameras operate at all times and in all weather conditions. Notice of Violations are mailed to the first position registered owner of the vehicle via first-class mail.
If you received a Notice of Violation, you have 60 days from the notice’s issue date to:
Make full payment (notice must be paid in full)
September 28, 2018 at 9 a.m. at the Orange County Courthouse, 425 N Orange Avenue, Room 4-C, Orlando, Florida 32801
Red light violations are among the most common causes of motor vehicle collisions and tend to be the most deadly often resulting in fatalities and serious injuries.
Mayor Dyer and the City of Orlando remains committed to the safety of the community and to tackle this issue has implemented a red light camera enforcement system, “Orlando STOPS.” One of the most important goals of the program is saving lives and decreasing red light running-related accidents, injuries and fatalities. Other objectives include decreasing the number of traffic violations, augmenting police officers to allow them to focus more on other public safety issues and improving the quality of life for all residents. Some of the City’s most dangerous red light intersections are currently outfitted with state-of-the-art red light cameras to capture drivers running the red light.
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