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Maryland drivers owe the most in D.C. tickets from speed and traffic enforcement cameras, according to a new report.
Fake license plates are causing trouble in DC and one woman is paying the price after she says someone faked her temporary tags.
At some point in Snowbruary, the stop sign in the E Crescent traffic circle was smashed down.
Between Sept. 30, 2017 and Sept. 30, 2018, more than 1 million tickets were issued in the District through speed and red light cameras.
For the first time, more than 1 million speeding tickets were issued through the automated enforcement program last year.
Speed cameras in the nation’s capital are overwhelmingly placed in minority neighborhoods according to a study released earlier this month by the DC Policy Center, a non-partisan think tank.
Black neighborhoods are hit hardest by automated traffic enforcement in D.C., according to a recent D.C. Policy Center report.
Washington, DC has been using speed cameras for more than a decade, but traffic safety has not improved.
Colorado, Delaware, Idaho, Maryland, Wyoming and the District of Columbia are carrying out limited trials of digital driver’s licenses. Iowa and Louisiana are planning to issue digital licenses to every motorist who wants one beginning this year.