District Department of Transportation

DDOT to Deploy New Automated Traffic Enforcement Cameras

Friday, May 28, 2021

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DDOT to Deploy New Automated Traffic Enforcement Cameras

(Washington DC) – Today, the District Department of Transportation (DDOT) announces the completion of construction of a new red-light enforcement camera at the Interstate 695 off-ramp (ramp D) at Northbound 11th Street SE. This automated traffic enforcement camera will be installed to reduce the number of angle collisions, red-light running, and improve overall safety at the intersection. The camera will be activated on June 7.

In addition to the red-light camera, DDOT will rotate seven new speed cameras to reduce dangerous, reckless driving in the following corridors:

  • 6500 Block of 14th St. NW
  • 500 Block of Florida Ave. NE
  • 2300 block of N. Capitol St. NE
  • 4700 Block of Eastern Ave. NE
  • 1300 Block of Eastern Ave. NE
  • 3500 Block of Commodore Joshua Barney Dr. NE
  • 100 Block of Bryant St. NW
  • 1100 Block of 17th St. NE
  • 4100 Block of Southern Ave. SE
  • 4200 Block of Southern Ave. SE
  • 4700 Block of Southern Avenue SE
  • 1300 Block of H St. NE 
  • 200 Block of Massachusetts Ave. NW

For more information about DDOT’s DC Street Safe, visit ddot.dc.gov/page/dc-streetsafe-automated-traffic-enforcement.


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