Where to look out for new speed enforcement cameras

WASHINGTON — New speed enforcement cameras in the District go online Monday.

The Metropolitan Police Department has installed five new speed cameras across the city, in areas where speed has been a problem.

During  a 30-day educational period, violators will receive warning citations. After a month, speeders will get moving citations.

Here’s where the new speed cameras are located:

  • 700 block of Maryland Ave NW, southbound  25 mph
  • 2600 block of Wisconsin Ave NW, northbound  25 mph
  • 4400 block of Reservoir Rd NW, eastbound  25 mph
  • 2400 block of 18th St NE, southbound  25 mph
  • 3000 block of Pennsylvania Ave SE, northwestbound  30 mph

For more information about automated enforcement in the District, click here. 


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Neal Augenstein

Neal Augenstein has been a reporter at WTOP since 1997. Through the years, Neal has covered many of the crimes and trials that have gripped the region. Neal's been pleased to receive awards over the years for hard news, feature reporting, use of sound and sports.

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