Maryland drivers owe most in unpaid D.C. traffic camera fines
Maryland drivers owe the most in D.C. tickets from speed and traffic enforcement cameras, according to a new report.
By the numbers: Maryland drivers owed $13.5 million in unpaid tickets, from Oct. 1, 2020 to March 31, 2021.
- Within the DMV, Maryland owed nearly 53% of the unpaid fines.
- Virginia drivers owed $7.9 million, about 31% of the region’s unpaid fines.
- D.C. drivers owed $4.2 million and nearly 16.5% of the total.
The District Department of Transportation released the numbers in a semi-annual report yesterday to the D.C. Council.
The District’s traffic cameras that enforce stop signs, speed, red lights, and oversized vehicles sent out 666,686 tickets that totaled nearly $81.5 million in fines.
- A speed camera on I-295 delivered the most fines at $7.6 million during the six-month period.
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