Red-light running fatalities that occurred in cities throughout the United States from 2004-2018.


Below are the top ten cities that had the highest number of red-light running fatalities between 2004-2018.

  1. Houston, TX
  2. Chicago, IL
  3. Detroit, IL
  4. Los Angeles, CA
  5. Jacksonville, FL
  6. Baton Rouge, LA
  7. Phoenix, AZ
  8. Las Vegas, NV
  9. Albuquerque, NV
  10. San Antonio, TX
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2015 Trends in Red-Light Running

New research is rapidly emerging about the behaviors of red-light runners and about the technology available to aid in putting an end to red-light running in communities across the United States.

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