Rochester, N.Y.- Drivers with outstanding red light tickets in the city of Rochester are being urged to pay up as soon as possible.
Beginning September 10, city leaders plan to file judgments against thousands of car owners who have not paid their tickets for more than ninety days.
City leaders say vehicle owners with red light law violations have been sent three notices to date to the address on file with the New York State DMV; the final notice warned them of impending judgment and referral to collections.
Rochester plans to use Photo Enforcement at as many as 50 intersections as part of an ongoing effort to improve public safety by reducing traffic accidents.
So far, 29 intersections have been equipped with red light cameras.