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Our brochure explains your options, gives you information resources, camera locations, frequently asked questions and explains how the system works.
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Doral Red-Light Safety Program Brochure

Stopping at a Red Light Keeps City of Doral Streets Safer

Not stopping at red lights is a dangerous and costly problem on Doral streets and across the country. Doral's Intersection Safety Camera Program is designed to reduce the number of violations, crashes and injuries caused by red-light runners. The objective is to change drivers' behavior, making the community safe as more and more drivers obey the traffic signals and stop on red.

Car at CurbWhat is an Intersection Safety Violation?
A violation occurs when a motorist enters an intersection after the traffic signal has     
turned red. Motorists already in the intersection when the signal changes to red,
waiting to turn for example, are not considered violators.


ATTENTION:
As of July 1, 2013, the program changed due to the new State law taking effect.
Notice of Violations dated July 1, 2013 or later have new information. (<-Click here)


What to do if you receive a Notice of Violation
:
1. View the violation

Log onto www.violationinfo.com by entering your Notice number and PIN shown in the red box at the top right corner of your Notice to view photos and video of your violation.

2. Pay the fine within 30 days

The fine is $158 if paid within the first 30 days.
Pay Online. Log onto www.violationinfo.com by entering your Notice number and PIN shown in the red box at the top right corner of your Notice. There is a convenience fee of $4.00.

Violation Login

Pay by Mail. Mail your check or money order, payable to the City of Doral along with the tear-off coupon from the bottom of the Notice. Write the Notice # on your payment.

Pay by Credit Card. Call toll free 1-866-225-8875 between the hours of 9:00am to 5:00pm, Monday - Friday.

3. Submit an Affidavit Establishing Exemption within 30 days

You may submit an Affidavit Establishing Exemption if the driver was yielding to an emergency vehicle or funeral procession; the driver was directed through the intersection by police or firefighters; the vehicle was not driven by the registered owner. The owner must provide information of the person driving or a copy of the police report if it was stolen. If payment or an affidavit is not received within 30 days, a Uniform Traffic Citation will be issued. Once a UTC is issued, the fine increases to $277 and payments can only be accepted by the Clerk of Courts. If found guilty, there is a minimum fine of $277 plus additional court costs. Filing a false affidavit is a misdemeanor and could result in arrest.

Where are the cameras located?

  • North Bound on NW 87th  Avenue at  NW 36th Street
  • East Bound on NW 36th Street at NW 87th Avenue
  • West Bound on NW 36th Street at NW 87th Avenue
  • South Bound on NW 79th Avenue at NW 36th Street
  • East Bound on NW 79th Avenue at NW 36th Street
  • West Bound on NW 79th Avenue at NW 36th Street
  • North Bound on 97th Avenue at NW 41st Street
  • South Bound on NW 97th Avenue at NW 41st Street
  • West Bound on NW 97th Avenue at NW 41st Street
  • East Bound on NW 41st Street at NW 107th Avenue
  • West Bound on NW 41st Street at NW 107th Avenue

What happens if you ignore a Notice of Violation?

If payment or an affidavit is not received within 30 days, a Uniform Traffic Citation (UTC) will be issued. Once a UTC is issued, the fine increases to $277 and payments can ONLY be accepted by the Clerk of Courts in the same manner as any other traffic ticket.

Can I contest a Violation Notice?

Contesting a violation is done only through the Clerk of Courts. If found guilty, a minimum fine of $277 or higher must be paid in addition to court costs.

Will I receive any points on my driving record for this infraction?

No points are assessed and the violation cannot be used to raise your insurance rates.


If you were ticketed for a violation dated July 1, 2013 or later this section pertains to you:

Why did I get this Notice of Violation?

A vehicle, registered or leased to you, was photographed by an automatic camera monitoring a traffic
signal that is active upon vehicle movement after the light is red. Not stopping at a red light, flashing red light, malfunctioning traffic light or at a red arrow is a violation of Florida State Statutes §316.074(1) and §316.075(1)(c)1. This includes completing a right turn in a non-careful and prudent manner,
and/or completing a right turn at an intersection with a “No
Turn On Red’ sign.

Ticket Questions

How much is the fine?

Violators will be assessed a $158 penalty if paid within 60 days of the postmark date of the Notice of Violation. After 60 days, a Uniform Traffic Citation may be issued with a fine of $277.

What is my notice # and PIN #?

Your notice # and PIN # are located in the red box of your Notice of Violation, and are needed to view and pay the violation.

What are the images on the Notice of Violation?

Your Notice of Violation shows three still images. The 1st image is a close-up of your vehicle’s license plate. The 2nd image shows the vehicle at the white stop bar and the illuminated red light. The 3rd image shows the violator in the middle of the intersection with the red light illuminated.

 
Mailing Address

What are My Options?

  • View the violation at violationinfo.com
    Enter notice # & PIN shown in the red box of your notice to view photos and video of your violation.
    Pay the fine within 60 days
  • Pay Online
    Visit violationinfo.com, and enter the notice # & PIN shown in the red box of your notice to pay by credit card. A $4.00 convenience fee applies.
  • Pay by Mail
    Send a check or money order payable to the City of Doral along with the coupon at the bottom of your notice. Write your notice # & tag number on the front of your check or money order.
  • Pay by Phone
    Call toll free 1-866-790-4111 between 8:00am and 5:00pm Eastern Time, Monday through Friday. A $4.00 convenience fee applies.
  • Request a Hearing
    You may request a hearing in writing within sixty (60) days of the postmark date of the Notice of Violation. A Hearing Request Form will be included with the Notice of Violation. For your convenience, the form can also be found at violationinfo.com or at cityofdoral.com.
  • Submit an Affidavit of Non- Responsibility
    Submit an Affidavit of Non-Responsibility if your vehicle was sold or stolen, or in the care of another individual. If the vehicle was in the care, custody or control of another person, the Affidavit must be notarized. An Affidavit of Non-Responsibility may be obtained online at violationinfo.com. The Affidavit must be filled out accurately and in its entirety and submitted within 60 days of the date of the Notice of Violation. Filing a false affidavit is a misdemeanor and could result in arrest.
  • Failure to Pay
    Failure to pay the civil penalty, request a hearing or to contest liability prior to the due date on the Notice of Violations will result in the issuance of a Uniform Traffic Citation.