Red Light Camera Program

On average, there's 1 collision every week in Halton because someone ran a red light. That’s unacceptable and preventable.

To improve road safety and reduce the number of drivers running red lights, Halton Region is participating in the Red Light Camera Program.

Ticket Information

Red light camera tickets are given to registered vehicle owners whose vehicle has been caught going through, or failing to yield at, a red light.

If you have received a red light camera ticket and have questions you must contact the appropriate municipal court system. Information regarding the options available after receiving a ticket (offence notice) can be found by clicking the following link:

Benefits of the Program

Throughout southern Ontario, red light cameras have helped to:

  • Reduce personal-injury type collisions
  • Improve the safety of our intersections
  • Enhance the quality of life in our community

The role of Halton is to act as the administrator providing site selection, implementation, and maintenance. Sites with a high frequency of right angle collisions are the primary focus of the red light camera program. Halton staff cannot address issues pertaining to individual Red Light Camera violations. Issues pertaining to violations must be addressed by the municipal court system.

How Red Light Cameras Work

Cameras snap photos of red light runners 24 hour a day, 7 days a week, but only operate after the traffic signal has turned red.

Red Light Camera Locations

Red Light Camera sign

Current Locations

Current red light camera locations are listed below: