Thanks for the additional information, DJ.
The vast majority of warrants are NOT no-bail warrants, and you can post a bond with the court and just arrange to appear in court, as opposed to being booked and released.
As you say that you received a ticket since this warrant would have been issued, I question whether there even is a warrant---as you likely would have just been arrested on the spot at the traffic stop----unless the stop occurred in a different state than where the warrant was issued out of.
If a warrant has been issued then you will need to contact the criminal court clerk’s office at the courthouse and ask what the amount of bond is for the warrant.
You will then need to go to the court and post the bond on the bench warrant. The bond is often between $500 and $1,000, cash only, and then you will get another court date to appear to answer to the underlying charge as well as to your failure to appear at the first hearing. If the bond amount is higher than you can afford to post in cash, you will want to have a bail bond arrange the bond for you
If you are concerned about going to the court to post bond, you can have a friend do it, a bail bond or even a local attorney. However, they are not waiting at court to arrest you. Call ahead to ask how much the bond amount on the warrant is---take in the cash to pay the bond, and you will be given a new hearing date.
You may reply back to me again, using the Reply to Expert link, if you have additional questions.
I wish you the best in your future,