Do the cameras photograph every vehicle passing through an intersection?
No. Cameras are set so that only those vehicles that enter an intersection after the light has turned red are photographed. Vehicles that enter on yellow and are still in an intersection when the light changes to red are not photographed. This technology is intended to identify vehicles driven by motorists who enter an intersection after the signal has turned red.

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1. What is red light running?
2. What is the penalty for running a red light?
3. Do the cameras photograph every vehicle passing through an intersection?
4. Does someone review the photographs before motorists are ticketed?
5. Do red light cameras violate motorists' privacy?