New DC Automated Speed Enforcement Locations Deployed

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WASHINGTON, DC – The Metropolitan Police Department announced the locations and deployment of new photo enforcement where speeding has been identified as a problem.

The 30-day educational phase, or “warning period,” will commence on Friday, July 8. During this period, violators will receive warning citations. Following the 30-day warning period, MPD will begin issuing live moving citations to violators. The new photo enforcement locations are as follows:

District Description Type Speed Limit
1 2000 Block of Park Road NW Speed 25 mph
4 4600 Block of Blagden Avenue NW Speed 25 mph

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

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