These proposed settlements seek to permanently and forever end litigation concerning the enforcement of red light violations by unmanned cameras throughout Florida prior to July 1, 2010. The lawsuits at issue were filed as proposed class actions and challenged a municipality’s legal right to enact ordinances that permitted the use of unmanned cameras to enforce red light violations. The legality of these ordinances and other important legal issues were vigorously litigated by both sides of each lawsuit and eventually American Traffic Solutions, the municipalities’ camera system vendor and a party to all of these lawsuits, decided to settle with the putative classes in each of these lawsuits. In some cases, the municipality has also decided to settle with the putative class. Some municipalities, however, have chosen not to participate in the proposed settlements and instead will continue to litigate. The litigation against those municipalities will continue and may or may not end in additional funds becoming available to the putative classes.