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Photo Red Light

Photo Red Light Enforcement

In 1997, the City of Beverly Hills initiated the Photo Red Light Program at three instersections in the city. The selected intersections had a high incidence of traffic collisions, caused primarily by red light violations, and other enforcement and engineering tactics were ineffective to impact the number of collisions.  These intersections include:

                                               Whittier Drive and Wilshire Boulevard
                                      Olympic Boulevard and Doheny Drive
                                      Sunset Boulevard and Hillcrest Drive
                                      Olympic Boulevard and Roxbury Drive
                                      Beverly Drive and Wilshire Boulevard
                                      Olympic Boulevard and Spalding Drive

Redflex Traffic Systems of Scottsdale, Arizona has been contracted to provide services related to this program.  Unlike previous systems used in Beverly Hills, the new equipment provides digital video and still images, allowing for greater coverage of turning violations and quicker transer of the information.  In addition to receiving the photos by mail, accused violators will be able to view a password protected video clip on the company's web site at www.photonotice.com.

All of the violation notices are reviewed, approved and issued by a police officer with the Beverly Hills Traffic Bureau.  If you have a question about the red light photo enforcement program or questions regarding a specific citation, please contact the following numbers:

  • Citations ending with an odd number 310.285.2139
  • Citations ending with an even number 310.285.2126

Any questions regarding payment and traffic school will be handled by the Beverly Hills Court (310)288-1307, 9355 Burton Way Room 300, Beverly Hills, CA  90210.