The National Coalition for Safer Roads recognizes National Stop on Red Week this week by promoting safe driving and raising awareness about the dangers of red-light running. The organization is calling for more red-light safety cameras. Because they have found that they are a critical tool in improving driver behavior and reducing red-light running. According to research by the N-C-S-R, 95 percent of Alabamians have positively changed their driving behavior and have not received another ticket after their first red-light safety camera violation. National Stop on Red Week is sponsored by the Federal Highway Administration and it aims to educate drivers about the dangers of red-light running and to reduce the number and severity of traffic crashes.