D.C. police are asking for the public’s help in finding the person responsible for vandalizing 11 traffic cameras in Southeast and Northeast D.C. on Feb. 20.
There will be a few more eyes on D.C. drivers with the installation of new speed and traffic cameras.
Last month, police in D.C. delayed the start date for tickets on 132 new traffic cameras, but on Saturday the grace period ends.
A warning period has been extended for more than 130 new traffic
enforcement cameras in D.C. before bad drivers can get fines for speeding and
infractions at stop signs, crosswalks and intersections.
A speed camera on Germantown Road in Darnestown is legal, but a speed limit sign next to it is causing confusion.
A new survey from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) released today finds that D.C. residents overwhelmingly support both red-light and speed cameras.
D.C. Councilmember Mary Cheh — who has oversight of the DMV — wouldn\’t go into
specifics about John R. Stanton\’s case. But she did say the situation is convoluted.
WTOP follows up with a federal worker who appealed a ticket because his car was parked in an airport garage at the time the ticket was issued.
After unveiling 72 new speed cameras across Prince
County in 2012, the police department plans to add
dozens of new red light cameras in 2013.
Beginning Monday, drivers will be fined for
speeding at 11 new speed camera locations.
More traffic cameras are coming to D.C., but they
won\’t be for speeders or red-light runners.
School buses in Frederick County now have
electronic eyes, watching drivers who blow past
stop signs extended from school buses.
The District collected a record $55.1 million from
speed and red-light cameras during its 2011 fiscal
year, despite issuing fewer citations than the
Nearly two-thirds of people in the Washington area believe the primary role of speed and red-light cameras is to create cash for local governments — not to make roads safer.
The proposed budget for D.C.\’s fiscal year 2013 would use money generated by more traffic cameras and additional hours of alcohol sales to close a $172 million gap.
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