Traffic Court

Traffic Court deals with violations of traffic laws and other minor offenses. These violations are considered “infractions” and include, for example, things like speeding, automobile equipment needing repair, and expired licenses. Traffic infractions are enforced by the issuance of traffic tickets (“citations”) by law enforcement.
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All Traffic Clerk's Offices at the Superior Court in Alameda County open at 8:00 AM and close at 4:00 PM.
 

PARKING CITATIONS

Parking citations are not adjudicated by the Superior Court.  For more information on parking citations and payment processes, please contact the city or town where you were cited.

COLLECTION AGENCY

Delinquent traffic fines are referred to our collection agency.  The court website online tool "Pay your Traffic Tickets" is not available for delinquent fines.  Please go to the collection agency website to pay your delinquent traffic fine.  If you have questions about your delinquent account, please call the collection agency at (877)541-8420.
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