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Collier County is one of more than 350 communities nationwide that use red-light cameras to help Red Means Stopkeep motorists safe.

CCSO wants drivers to be aware that the cameras are in place. Here are the intersections where red-light cameras are in place in Collier County:

- Eastbound Pine Ridge Road at Airport Road

- Westbound Pine Ridge Road at Airport Road

- Northbound Airport-Pulling Road at Davis Boulevard

- Eastbound Pine Ridge Road at Livingston Road

- Westbound Pine Ridge Road at Livingston Road

- Northbound Airport-Pulling Road at Immokalee Road

- Eastbound Immokalee Road at Airport-Pulling Road

- Northbound Collier Boulevard at Golden Gate Parkway

- Eastbound Golden Gate Parkway at Collier Boulevard

- Eastbound Immokalee Road at Livingston Road

- Westbound Pine Ridge Road at U.S. 41 North

- Westbound Vanderbilt Beach Road at U.S. 41 North

- Eastbound Seagate Drive at U.S. 41 North

- Northbound Airport-Pulling Road at Pine Ridge Road 

- Southbound Airport-Pulling Road at Pine Ridge Road 

- Westbound 111th Avenue at U.S. 41 North

- Eastbound Immokalee Road at U.S. 41 

- Westbound Immokalee Road at Airport-Pulling Road 

- Northbound Airport-Pulling Road at Radio Road


Red-light running is dangerous. In 2007 there were 132 red-light crashes in Collier County. Nationwide, more than 1,000 people are killed and more than 180,000 people are injured each year due to red-light running. These crashes cost motorists a collective $14 billion annually, according to the National Highway Safety Administration.


CCSO offers these tips for red-light safety:

- Don’t speed
- Be alert to your surroundings
- Be patient
- Avoid distractions like talking on the cell phone or eating while driving
- Don’t try to beat the red light

Click here to watch a red-light running video 
from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety and the Highway Loss Data Insitute.