Red Light Photo Enforced Cameras
Red Light Violations
The Village of North Riverside currently has three active photo-enforcement cameras for southbound and eastbound traffic at the intersection of Harlem Avenue and Cermak Road and northbound traffic on 17th Avenue at the intersection of Cermak Road. View the 17th Avenue and Cermak Road-2012 Report (PDF), 17th Avenue and Cermak Road RLR 1 Year Follow-up (PDF), 17th and Cermak - 3 yr final, Harlem & Cermak 3 Year Follow-up (PDF), Harlem and Cermak - 3 yr final or Harlem and Cermak - 1 yr final. Please note that the availability of statistical analysis reports is contingent on crash data being released to the public by the Illinois Department of Transportation. Violations can be viewed and paid online.
For questions regarding a red light violation, please call 877-262-3318. For the hearing impaired, please call 877-262-3356. Customer service representatives are available Monday to Friday, 9 am to 5 pm to assist you.
Quick Tips on How to Avoid Receiving a Violation
- Stop at the marked stop line. If there is no marked stop line, stop before entering the crosswalk. If there is no crosswalk, stop before entering the intersection.
- Once you have stopped for a red light, do not proceed through the intersection until the light is green and the intersection is clear.
- If you are making a right turn on red, you must come to a complete stop and yield the right-of-way to oncoming traffic and pedestrians before completing your turn.
What a Complete Stop Is
A complete stop means there is no forward momentum to your vehicle, and the needle on the speedometer is at 0 miles per hour. A rolling stop means your vehicle's wheels are still in motion, and your vehicle is moving less than 5 mph. Failing to come to a complete stop when required to by signs or signals is a violation of Illinois traffic law.