Drivers who fail to take photo enforcement tickets seriously will eventually be paying higher fees under a move by the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors.
The board wants to tack on a $20 fee on photo-enforcement citations issued by the state to cover some court costs.
The fee would apply to drivers who ignore citations and end up in court.
Caseloads in Maricopa County Justice Courts have increased by more than 60 percent since photo enforcement began.
Supervisors plan a public hearing on it next month.