FREMONT (KPIX 5) – More than 600 drivers in Fremont who received tickets for running red lights last year are getting some of their money back, following a KPIX 5 investigation.

Earlier this year, we investigated after an increase in red light tickets and found the timing of yellow lights was changed at two intersections on Mowry Avenue.

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Fremont officials admitted to the timing change and on Wednesday, the city started offering partial refunds to 672 drivers who were ticketed between February and April of 2016.

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The fine for running a red light would have cost the drivers under $500 each.

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Drivers can find details on the rebates on the City of Fremont website.