U.S. communities using speed cameras

Since New York City implemented the first red light camera program in 1992, IIHS has been using reputable media sources to track jurisdictions that implement or deactivate red light and speed camera programs. Occasionally, jurisdictions and vendors quietly start or complete a contract without media fanfare. Such cases may not be reflected in this list. If you believe a jurisdiction has been omitted or included erroneously, contact Laurel Sims at lsims@iihs.org.

July 2019 — Number of individual communities with programs: 142

  • Alabama
    • Brantley
    • Center Point
    • Midfield
  • Arizona
    • Chandler
    • Eloy
    • Globe
    • Mesa
    • Paradise Valley
    • Phoenix
    • Scottsdale
    • Show Low
    • Star Valley
    • Superior
    • Tempe
  • Colorado
    • Boulder
    • Denver
    • Fort Collins
    • Sheridan
  • District of Columbia
    • Georgia
      • Duluth
    • Illinois
      • Chicago
      • Statewide work zones
    • Iowa
      • Cedar Rapids
      • Davenport
      • Des Moines
      • Fort Dodge
      • Muscatine
      • Polk County
      • Sioux City
      • Waterloo
      • Windsor Heights
    • Louisiana
      • Baker
      • Gretna
      • Lafayette
      • New Orleans
      • Westwego
      • Zachary
    • Maryland
      • Annapolis
      • Baltimore
      • Baltimore County
      • Berwyn Heights
      • Bowie
      • Brentwood
      • Calvert County
      • Capitol Heights
      • Catonsville
      • Centreville
      • Charles County
      • Chesapeake Beach
      • Chestertown
      • Cheverly
      • Chevy Chase
      • College Park
      • Delmar
      • Denton
      • District Heights
      • Easton
      • Forest Heights
      • Frederick
      • Fruitland
      • Gaithersburg
      • Glenarden
      • Greenbelt
      • Hagerstown
      • Hancock
      • Howard County
      • Hyattsville
      • Landover Hills
      • Laurel
      • Montgomery County
      • Morningside
      • Mount Ranier
      • New Carrollton
      • Prince George's County
      • Princess Anne
      • Rockville
      • Salisbury
      • Seat Pleasant
      • Silver Spring
      • Smithsburg
      • Snow Hill
      • Statewide work zones
      • Takoma Park
    • New Mexico
      • Rio Rancho
    • New York
      • New York City
    • Ohio
      • Akron
      • Brice
      • Dayton
      • East Cleveland
      • Franklin Township
      • Girard
      • Hamilton
      • Hubbard
      • Liberty Township
      • Linndale
      • New Miami
      • New Richmond
      • Newburgh Heights
      • Parma
      • Parma Heights
      • Perrysburg Township
      • Rutland
      • Toledo
      • Trotwood
      • Walton Hills
      • Youngstown
    • Oregon
      • Beaverton
      • Medford
      • Milwaukie
      • Portland
      • Statewide work zones
    • Rhode Island
      • Pawtucket
      • Providence
    • Tennessee
      • Bluff City
      • Bradford
      • Chattanooga
      • Farragut
      • Graysville
      • Huntingdon
      • Jonesborough
      • Knoxville
      • Madisonville
      • McKenzie
      • Medina
      • Millington
      • Morristown
      • Selmer
      • Union City
    • Washington
      • Auburn
      • Bellevue
      • Burien
      • Federal Way
      • Issaquah
      • Kent
      • Lake Forest Park
      • Lakewood
      • Longview
      • Lynnwood
      • Renton
      • Seattle
      • Spokane
      • Tacoma