SACRAMENTO—Elk Grove and Marysville already have begun ticketing drivers for not stopping completely at red lights, on right- hand turns.
Now Sacramento is doing the same.
Seven of these red light cameras are up and running at 20 intersections around the city.
The Sacramento Sheriff's Department noticed drivers were not stopping when making right hand turns.
Drivers breaking this law are being ticketed $421.
Some drivers think, law enforcement decided to do this, to make an extra buck.
Tim Curran with the Sheriff's Department days, "It's about public safety."
Maurice Smith works at the AM/PM Gas station on Martin Luther King Blvd. Jr. and 47th Ave., one of the intersections with the cameras.
Smith says the cameras are necessary.
So far, law enforcement says they're working. "There's been a 76 percent decrease in traffic accidents."
They don't have the exact numbers on how many violators have been ticketed.