Ticketing Begins for D.C.'s 15 New Traffic Cameras

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    Drivers in D.C. will begin receiving tickets from 15 new traffic cameras that can catch more than speeders. (Published Friday, Jun 20, 2014)

    Drivers in D.C. will begin receiving tickets from 15 new traffic cameras that can catch more than speeders.

    The new speed camera locations were activated last month. Fourteen of the cameras detect speeders; one camera targets oversized trucks.

    The speed cameras primarily target areas with posted speed limits of 25 mph and are stationed across the District, from Massachusetts Avenue northwest to Martin Luther King Avenue southeast.

    A violation will cost $50 for 1 to 10 mph above the limit, $100 for 11 mph to 15 mph over and up to $300 for driving in excess of 26 mph above the limit.

    Five additional speed cameras were activated earlier this month. Tickets will be issued for those camera in early July.

    View D.C. Adds 15 New Traffic Cameras Around City in a full screen map

    • 4600 block of Massachusetts Avenue NW, nw/b
    • 3900 block of Cathedral Avenue NW, nw/b
    • 2600 block of Wisconsin Avenue NW, s/b
    • 4600 block of Reservoir Road NW, nw/b
    • 2200 block of 18th Street NW, n/b
    • 3600 block of Georgia Avenue NW, s/b
    • 4600 block of Arkansas Avenue NW, sw/b
    • 1800 block of Monroe Street NE, w/b (Camera targets oversized trucks)
    • New York Avenue e/b at Bladensburg Road NE
    • 2200 block Rhode Island Avenue NE, ne/b
    • 3600 block of South Dakota Avenue NE, nw/b
    • 4600 block of N.H. Burroughs Avenue NE, nw/b
    • 200 block of 44th Street NE, s/b
    • 2500 block of Martin Luther King Avenue SE, n/b
    • 4200 block of 6th Street SE, s/b

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