Red-light cams have become increasingly widespread since their release in the early 1990s. The cams digitally take a picture of any car that crosses and intersection on a red light. Tickets are then issues and sent out the vehicle's listed proprietor. Opponents say they invade on privacy and they are more about earnings than public security. Fans say that they're a cost-effective way to keep drivers in check. Source of article: Do red-light cameras put profit over public safety?
I guess we need to be careful when we are driving if we don't want to have a traffic violation.
I just hope that red light cameras are more concerned on our public safety than revenues.