Red Light Camera Program Terminated
The City’s Red Light Camera law is no longer in effect as of midnight on Dec. 31, 2016. Any Red Light Camera violations that occur prior to that time will be subject to ticketing. In some cases the tickets may arrive by mail after Jan. 1, 2017 but will continue to be enforceable. Any previously issued tickets that have not been paid will also continue to be enforceable.
Online Payments No Longer Available After Noon on December 30
The online payment for Red Light Tickets is no longer available as of noon on December 30. All payments for Red Light Tickets can be made in person at the Parking Violations Bureau, or can be mailed to the Parking Violations Bureau, located at 42 South Ave., Rochester, NY 14604. Credit cards are accepted in person at the Parking Violations Bureau. Checks and money orders should be made payable to City of Rochester, and should include the Citation Number(s) and License Plate Number(s).
Traffic Laws Remain in Effect
Failure to stop at a red light continues to be a violation of New York State Law and violations of this law will be enforce by law enforcement officers. The City urges all drivers to comply with traffic signals and to come to a complete stop before making a right turn at intersections where that is allowed.
Questions about Red Light tickets in the City of Rochester should be directed to the Parking Violations Bureau, at (585)428-7482
Mayor Warren Pulls Plug on Red Light Camera Program
(Thursday, Dec. 1, 2016) – Mayor Lovely A. Warren today submitted legislation to City Council that would terminate the City’s Red Light Camera Traffic Safety Program. Legislation submitted to City Council today would bring an end to the Red Light Camera program effective Dec. 31 by terminating the City’s contract with the Redflex Traffic Systems Inc. City Council will consider the legislation at its regular monthly meeting on Dec. 20. Learn more ...
Statement from Mayor on City Council Vote to Terminate Red Light Camera Program
(Tuesday, Dec. 20, 2016) – I want to thank the City Council for voting to terminate the City of Rochester Red Light Camera Traffic Safety Program. With tonight’s vote, we are on track to end the program on Dec. 31. Learn more>>