The city of Chattanooga's new red light and speeding cameras brought in $158,811 in the first three months.
The city will get to keep about half of that amount under the agreement with the private operator of the cameras, LaserCraft.
Under the city's new program that officials say is aimed at public safety rather than revenue enhancement, those caught on camera running a red light or speeding are sent $50 tickets in the mail.
Those who send in the money are told it will not go on their driving record or go against their insurance.
The income for August was $44,500. It was $46,201 in September and $68,100 in October.
The city keeps $30.50 on tickets written on fixed cameras at the Hixson Pike S-Curves.
The city gets $25 on mobile van speed camera tickets and $22 on red light tickets.
Attorney David Rotroff, who got a $50 ticket for allegedly speeding in the S-Curves, is appealing, saying it should be a criminal case rather than a civil citation and require higher proof than a video of a license tag.
City Judge Sherry Paty has the case under advisement.