Every day, millions of drivers nationwide pass through intersections with stop lights, but how often do those drivers consider the possible danger posed by drivers running red lights? In 2016 alone, 811 people were killed in crashes that involved red-light running. Other reports show deaths from running a red light increased 17% nationwide between 2012 and 2016. From 2011 to 2015, an average of 719 people died each year in red-light running crashes, averaging to about 60 fatalities per month in red-light running crashes, or about 2 people per day dying from red-light running. Additional to the human costs are the financial costs of red-light running, which totaled $390 million last year alone due to red-light running fatalities.