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Big Brother Is Watching! Cameras to Return to Northern Virginia at Stop Signs and Intersections May 13, 2009

Posted by Laura Schwartz in Arlington, Northern Virginia.
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I always dread driving on the I-395 from Rt 50 (New York Ave) in Washington, D.C. into Virignia because I know there’s a TINY little camera at the end of the tunnel waiting to snap a photo of my license plate and slap me with a $100 fine if I go above 40 miles/hour. So bad news for me – those cameras will soon return to Arlington, Faifax County, and Alexandria.

Arlington visitors should take note – cameras will be operational by April. Locations for the cameras have been decided:

  • 4 Cameras along Lee Highway (Rt 29)
  • N. Glebe and Fairfax Dr (Ballston)

Fairfax County is still waiting for the Virginia Department of Transportation approval for installation, but they expect those cameras to be operational by the Fall of 2009.

Maximum fines? $50.

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