Heads up to drivers who use the Fairfax County Parkway: you are being watched.
Starting today, county police and Virginia state troopers are keeping a close eye on speeders as part of its "50 means 50" campaign.
The two week initiative is to try and crack down on aggressive and reckless drivers, including those texting while driving and following too closely.
And drivers might want to kepe a close eye on the cars around them, as police will be using unmarked cars as well to nab speeders.
The "50 means 50" campaign ends April 30.