How will this affect crash fatalities and road safety in Napa?

This overall intent is to reduce intersection-related collisions, which made up 90% of all collisions in Napa between 2016 and 2020 (1,082 collisions out of 1,207 total collisions), compared to 10% (125 collisions) that occurred on roadway segments, according to the City’s Local Roadway Safety Plan

According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), jurisdictions have seen significant reductions in fatal and injury crash rates at intersections with traffic lights.

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1. What is “running a red light”?
2. The citation or notice says that I ran a red light; but I know I stopped.
3. In the pictures my brake lights are on, showing that I stopped. Why did I get this citation?
4. How can I view the video?
5. How can you take my picture without my permission?
6. I was making a right turn and there was no sign saying that I could not do that.
7. I slowed down and there were no cars coming. It was safe.
8. The driver in the picture is not me or I sold the vehicle. What should I do?
9. What happens if I ignore this citation?
10. Who calibrates Napa’s traffic signals?
11. How much is the fine?
12. The fine is too expensive. What can I do?
13. Can I go to traffic school to remove the point from my driving record?
14. I still have more questions. Who can I call?
15. How do red light enforcement systems work?
16. When does the program begin?
17. Why is this program being launched?
18. How will this affect crash fatalities and road safety in Napa?
19. How will violations be determined?
20. Where will the photo speed vehicles be located?