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.
The Charles County Sheriff’s Office says it has suspended the use of its three speed cameras because of a possible issue over placement.
Speed cameras are popping up all over the D.C. area, but a Maryland lawmaker is hoping to pass legislation cracking down on the programs and giving motorists a fighting chance against the tickets.
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 […]
New legislation in the D.C. Council would reduce fines from automated speed cameras and running red lights could be lowered to $50.
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.”
Get ready for reduced speeds around schools in Prince George’s County. Officials have announced they are adding over two dozen new speed cameras in the area.