Red light camera (intersection safety camera) tickets are given to drivers who have been caught going through, or failing to yield at, a red light.
Find out how to pay or dispute your ticket.
You can pay in person, over the phone or by mail in the same way that you would pay traffic tickets.
You can dispute a red light camera ticket in the same way that you would dispute a traffic ticket.
If you received your ticket in the mail, you have 45 days from the date on the ticket to pay or dispute. If you pay within 30 days, you get a $25 reduction on the amount.
If you do not pay or dispute your ticket in 45 days or you never received it, we will send it to a process serving company. A company representative will deliver the ticket to you in person so we know you have received it. This does not necessarily mean you have committed an offence, and you are still free to dispute the ticket.
You have 30 days to pay or dispute a personally served ticket. After that, you lose your opportunity to dispute.
If someone else was driving your vehicle when the Intersection Safety Camera ticket was issued, you can transfer responsibility for the payment by nominating that person. You both must agree to exchange responsibility for the ticket. If you can't agree, the vehicle owner is responsible for paying the fine. IF the ticket has been personally served, you cannot nominate another driver.
If you own a commercial vehicle (for example, a taxi, bus or truck) and receive an Intersection Safety Camera ticket, points will be added to your National Safety Code profile.
Call our Integrated Traffic Camera Unit:
Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.