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District Department of Transportation

DDOT Deploying Automated Traffic Enforcement Cameras to New Locations

Thursday, February 24, 2022

Media Contacts

German Vigil (DDOT) – (202) 306-1668, [email protected]

Mariam Nabizad (DDOT) – (202) 359-2678, [email protected]

DDOT Deploying Automated Traffic Enforcement Cameras to New Locations

(Washington, DC) — Today, the District Department of Transportation (DDOT) announced the planned installation of automated traffic enforcement cameras to new locations throughout the District. The camera locations are traffic sites where data analysis has identified speeding and stop signs running as safety issues.

Once Photo Enforced signs are installed in the direction of travel within at least 100 to 150 feet of the approach of the location, a 30-day educational phase will start for each camera installation. During this period, violators will receive warning citations. After the 30-day warning period, DDOT will begin issuing notices of infractions with fines that will range from $100 to $500 based on the excess of the speed limit to violators.

The new photo enforcement cameras will be installed in March 2022; their locations and type are as follows:

Location Camera Type
400 block Irving St NW ne/b Speed
1300 block 9th St NW s/b Speed
1400 block of E Capitol St NE w/b Speed
34th St n/b @ Quebec St NW Speed
3700 block 14th St NE n/b Speed
3700 block Wheeler Rd SE n/b Speed
300 block Oklahoma Ave NE w/b Speed

For detailed information about each of the District’s automated traffic enforcement cameras, please visit

DDOT encourages drivers to register for the District's Ticket Alert Service (TAS). To learn more about TAS, visit


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