National Red Light Running Stats
In 2012, 683 people were killed and an estimate133,000 were injured in crashes involving red light running in the United States. 
More than half of the people killed by red-light runners are not signal violators -- they are passengers, other motorists, pedestrians and cyclists (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 2013).
Someone runs a red light an average of every 20 minutes at urban intersections (U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Highway
Administration, 2014).
There are an average of 7 fatal crashes EVERY DAY at signalized intersections across the United States (Insurance Institute of   
Highway Safety, 2011).