“The number of people getting tickets in the city is exploding. It has increased four-fold since 2007,” said AAA Mid-Atlantic’s John Townsend.
With high-resolution sensors, 3D imaging technology, and an overall stealthier build, these new speed cameras can detect and track up to 32 vehicles at one time in up to six lanes of traffic.
In a statement, D.C. police say that the camera’s previous location crowded into a lane at an unused truck inspection area.
Speed enforcement cameras in the District have generated almost as much revenue in the first four months of this fiscal year as they did in all of fiscal 2014, and about half as much as last year, AAA Mid-Atlantic said.
WASHINGTON — Six new speed cameras placed in areas known for speeding go online Wednesday across the District of Columbia. The new cameras will be at these locations: 6100 Eastern Avenue NE, southeastbound: 25 mph…
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