Information for people who received a citation under the City's Stop on Red Ordinance

In 2005, the City of Minneapolis instituted a "Stop on Red" program that installed digital cameras at 12 intersections to capture photographs of vehicles running red lights on camera and ticket vehicle owners.

Since that time the Minnesota courts have invalidated the City's Stop on Red ordinance, and the City of Minneapolis has reached an agreement to settle a subsequent lawsuit brought on behalf of those who had been ticketed through the program. This agreement impacts any individual who was ticketed for red light violations as a result of the Stop on Red cameras.

If you received a ticket through the Stop on Red camera initiative, please read the attached documents to learn what steps you should take to participate in the settlement.

Jan. 14, 2009

Published Jan 14, 2009



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