Law enforcement will be keeping an eye out for people running red lights this week.
August 3rd through 9th is national Stop on Red week.
The goal is to make sure people stop running red lights across the country.
The U.S. Department of transportation say people are more likely to be injured in a crash involving someone who ran a red light than any other kind of crash.
Experts also say passengers and other people on the road are in the most danger of being injured when a driver runs a red-light.
The National Coalition for Safer Roads is asking people to pledge to not run red-lights.
Find more information on National Stop on Red Week and its website here: http://ncsrsafety.org/stop-on-red/ .