Grace period ends for DC speed cameras

WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- Friday is the last day of a 30 day grace period for five speed cameras in the District.

The cameras were installed June 11 in Southeast, D.C. at the following locations:

  • 47th Street, SE, Northewestbound: Speed Limit 25 mph
  • 1600 Block Minnesota Avenue, SE, Southwestbound: Speed Limit 25 mph
  • 2700 Block Wade Road, SE, Northwestbound: Speed Limit 25 mph
  • 800 Block Southern Avenue, SE, Southwestbound: Speed Limit 30 mph
  • 800 Block Barnaby Street, SE, Southwestbound: Speed Limit 25 mph

If you're caught speeding, a ticket will cost you between $50 and $300.

For more information about automated enforcement in the District of Columbia, log onto http://mpdc.dc.gov/page/dc-streetsafe-automated-traffic-enforcement

The City of Fairfax Police Department has added a red light camera on westbound Main Street at Pickett Road. Enforcement of red light violations will begin on July 12.


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