WASHINGTON – Today, the 132 newly installed traffic cameras around the District will start issuing tickets.
For the last month, drivers were just getting warnings.
The cameras are part of the Metropolitan Police Department’s StreetSafe initiative to better respond to the safety concerns of D.C. residents.
Read more about automated traffic enforcement on the Metropolitan Police Department’s website. Click here.
See the full map of enforcement camera locations.
The tickets will range from $50 to $300.
Learn more about the breakdown of how many cameras will be deployed to track each offense and the fines associated with those infractions. Click here.
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