Red-light Cameras Save Lives

This week NovoaGlobal observes National Stop on Red Week 2022. We have dedicated our professional lives to creating safer communities. Our RedLight-Safe cameras are part of the solution to help keep our roads safer. Red-light safety cameras are part of a comprehensive effort to improve traffic safety for all motorists, cyclists and pedestrians who use our roads.

Created by the Federal Highway Administration, National Stop on Red Week aims to educate drivers about the dangers of red-light running and to reduce the number and severity of crashes.

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety found that motorists in urban areas are more likely to be injured in crashes involving red-light running than in any other type of crash.

In 2020, 928 people were killed and 115,741 were injured were injured in crashes that involved red-light running. About half of those killed in red-light crashes are pedestrians, cyclists and people other than the violator. The U.S. Department of Transportation found that one in three Americans know someone who has been injured or killed in a red-light running crash. NovoaGlobal is reminding all drivers to ALWAYS STOP on RED.

Help make our communities even safer: Safety is the responsibility of every driver — not just during Stop on Red Week, but every day and every time someone gets behind the wheel. Intersection safety is an extremely important aspect of road safety in our community. 

“Red-light cameras save lives. They are designed to change bad driving behavior and help reduce the collisions caused by red-light runners,” said Melissa Wandall, NCSR President. “We need every safety tool and everyone to work together in order to cut down the insatiable heartache on our roadways.”

Join us this week with a commitment to Stop on Red and do everything you can to keep our communities safe. 

Want to find out more about how red light cameras can help to keep your communities safe from red light running? Contact Us: 888-666-4218, Ext. 6 for East Coast and Ext. 7 for West Coast.  We can also be reached at [email protected]