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D.C. Traffic Camera, Actually In Md. For Years, Moved Back Over The Line

AAA is calling for D.C. to refund several years worth of red light and speeding tickets issued by a camera that was, until this week, actually located in Maryland.

08/06/2014

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14 New D.C. Speed Cameras Now Issuing Tickets, Fines

More than a dozen speed cameras targeting heavy-footed drivers in the District are officially active.

06/20/2014

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D.C. Adds 14 Speed Cameras

14 automated speed cameras targeting heavy-footed drivers will debut Tuesday in the District.

05/20/2014

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Md. Delegate Pushing For Statewide Speed Camera Plan

A Maryland state delegate who originally proposed to expand speed camera enforcement in Prince George’s County is reportedly withdrawing that bill in favor of a statewide one.

01/13/2014

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Grace Period for Newly Activated Traffic Cameras in D.C. to End

12/27/2013

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Grace Period for Newly Activated Traffic Cameras in D.C. to End

The grace period for about 100 traffic cameras activated in the District last month is ending.

11/23/2013

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Police: Speed Camera Intentionally Set on Fire in Md.

Police in Howard County say they’re investigating the arson of a portable speed camera near Glenelg High School.

09/15/2013

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D.C. Speed Camera Revenue Nose Dives After Speed Limits Increase Slightly

Last year’s decision by the D.C. City Council to increase the speed limit on some major roadways is having a huge impact on speed camera tickets.

09/10/2013

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Police Seek Help Solving Speed Camera Vandalism in Md.

Police in Salisbury are asking for help figuring out who spray painted five speed cameras.

09/09/2013

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Speed Camera Firm Refunding $27,000 in Md.

Police in Hagerstown say a speed camera contractor will refund more than $27,000 for about 800 speeding tickets because it failed to get its equipment inspected as often as state law requires.

05/15/2013

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