Americans are driving less because of the coronavirus. That’s hurting red-light camera revenue.

As Americans stay home to help slow the spread of the coronavirus, they’re driving fewer miles.

That’s great news for everyone: Air pollution is falling, crashes are down, and there’s no blood-pressure inducing congestion.

Well, almost everyone. For the companies that operate drivers’ most-hated devices — red light cameras — it’s causing a headache.

Redflex, an Australian company that operates “traffic safety programs” in roughly 100 US and Canadian cities, warned that less traffic and suspended construction amid the pandemic will be a stress on its balance sheet.