red light cameras
Major changes are coming to the red light camera program run by Prince George’s County Police. The end result could see a rise in the number of tickets issued.
In the 2013 fiscal year, red light cameras in Montgomery County issued 43,522 tickets to drivers who failed to stop at intersections. Nine months into the 2014 fiscal year, more than 46,000 tickets have been doled out.
Red-light cameras drive motorists crazy but are bringing big bucks to the District.
The way the City of Rockville doubled the number of red-light camera tickets it issued from 2011 to 2012 may not be in conformity with Federal Highway Administration standards, AAA Mid-Atlantic says.
By Morgan Gilliam, Special to CBSDC.com WASHINGTON (CBSDC) – It’s official … D.C. is changing the fines from their automated speed and red light cameras. The new fines, effective Monday, will cost drivers $100 if […]
AAA says the District has generated nearly $42 million in revenue from speeding cameras alone.
The days of not being accustomed to red light cameras and speed cameras are a thing of the past, but now Glen Echo is pushing to change the culture even further by installing a stop sign camera.
D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray is hoping to close a $172 million budget gap by installing a number of new traffic cameras targeting speeders, red light runners and drivers who “block the box.”
Drivers in Arlington will soon have more red light cameras to contend with.