Five new speed cameras will begin operating Monday throughout D.C.
New camera locations are set to start tracking the speed of District drivers, D.C. police say.
A Howard County teen has been sentenced to two days in jail for setting fire to speed-camera equipment.
The 30-day “warning period” for eight new D.C. speed cameras begins today.
The cameras, which are all located in Southeast Washington, were installed in early June.
Five automated speed cameras targeting heavy-footed drivers are being deployed Wednesday in the District.
The capitol area’s three largest regions generated more than $105 million from speed cameras in 2013. But the number of tickets issued is dropping in D.C.
A slew of people who received tickets after speeding past a roadside camera in Prince George’s county are going to get their money back, authorities say.
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.
The Charles County Sheriff’s Office says it will reactivate the three speed cameras that it had stopped using after one camera’s cement pad was incorrectly placed.