Q. What are the hours of operation for the MBPD Records Section? A.
RED LIGHT SAFETY CAMERAS (Click here to see more information)
Q: Where are the cameras located throughout the city?
A: The camera safety systems will be installed at the following locations:
1. Washington Ave. at 17th St. – Eastbound
2. Washington Ave at 17th St. – Southbound
3. Chase Ave. and Alton Rd. – Northbound
4. 63rd St. and Indian Creek Dr. – Southbound
5. 41st St. and Prairie Ave. – Northbound
6. 71st St. and Indian Creek Dr. – Northbound
7. Dade Blvd. and 23rd St. – Westbound
8. Alton Rd. and 17th St. – Westbound
9. Washington Ave. and Dade Blvd. - Eastbound
Q: What if I am already in the intersection when the light turns red, will I receive an infraction?
A: No, you will not receive an infraction, the camera only records an image when the vehicle crosses the violation point and enters the intersection above the threshold speed after the light turned red.
Q: What recourse do I have, if I believe the notice was issued erroneously?
A: If you feel you received a notice of infraction erroneously or if you have a legal justification for going through the red light, you may contest your violation on an appeal hearing. On the back of your notice of infraction are instructions for filing an appeal with the City of Miami Beach Special Master.
Affidavit - Vehicle Owner of Non-Responsibility: Click Here
TO FILE APPEALS:Miami Beach Special Masters
Miami Beach City Hall
1700 Convention Center Drive
Miami Beach, FL 33139
Q: How much is the fine?
A: A red light violation carries a civil penalty of $125 City-mandated fine for first occurrence, $250 for the second, and up to $500 for a third and any subsequent offense.
Q: Will a fine affect my driving record?
A: Infractions issued through the program are non-criminal. These infractions will not affect your auto insurance or driver license records.