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Montgomery County Automated Speed Enforcement Program started (March 12.)

 

The first 30 days they will only issue warnings, after that it is $40. 11 miles over the limit triggers a ticket.

The launching of the Safe Speed automated enforcement program adds Montgomery County to a growing list of communities worldwide that use automated speed enforcement to reduce traffic crashes and save lives. The program is the first in Maryland to enforce speed limits of 35 mph or less in residential areas and school zones. Speed cameras provide police with one more tool to protect pedestrians and other motorists by targeting aggressive driving behaviors.

 

DISTRICT 4 WHEATON

 

* Arcola Avenue (Amherst Avenue to Orebaugh)

* Randolph Road (Georgia Avenue to Veirs Mill Road)

* Bel Pre Road ( Geogia Avenue to Layhill Road)

* Georgia Avenue North (King William Drive to Spartan Road)

* Georgia Avenue South (Morningwood Drive to Hines Road)

* Ednor Road

* Briggs Chaney Road (New Hampshire to Good Hope Road)

* Parkland Drive

* Independence Avenue

 

DISTRICT 1 ROCKVILLE

 

* Dufief Mill Road

* Bells Mill Road

* Quince Orchard Road

* Stone Ridge View Drive

* Glen Mill Road

* Travilah Road

 

DISTRICT 2 BETHESDA

 

* Strathmore Avenue

* Jones Bridge Lane

* Grosvenor Lane

* Wilson Lane

* Cedar Lane

* Kensington Parkway

 

DISTRICT 3 SILVER SPRING

 

* Wayne Avenue

* Piney Branch Road

* Calverton Boulevard

* Powder Mill Road

* Cannon Road

 

DISTRICT 5 GERMANTOWN

 

* Wisteria Drive

* Richter Farm Road

* Woodfield Road- Route 124

 

DISTRICT 6 GAITHERSBURG

 

* Warfield Road

* East Village Avenue

* Appleridge Road

* Centerway Road

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Montgomery County Automated Speed Enforcement Program started (March 12.)

 

The first 30 days they will only issue warnings, after that it is $40. 11 miles over the limit triggers a ticket.

The launching of the Safe Speed automated enforcement program adds Montgomery County to a growing list of communities worldwide that use automated speed enforcement to reduce traffic crashes and save lives. The program is the first in Maryland to enforce speed limits of 35 mph or less in residential areas and school zones. Speed cameras provide police with one more tool to protect pedestrians and other motorists by targeting aggressive driving behaviors.

 

DISTRICT 4 WHEATON

 

* Arcola Avenue (Amherst Avenue to Orebaugh)

* Randolph Road (Georgia Avenue to Veirs Mill Road)

* Bel Pre Road ( Geogia Avenue to Layhill Road)

* Georgia Avenue North (King William Drive to Spartan Road)

* Georgia Avenue South (Morningwood Drive to Hines Road)

* Ednor Road

* Briggs Chaney Road (New Hampshire to Good Hope Road)

* Parkland Drive

* Independence Avenue

 

DISTRICT 1 ROCKVILLE

 

* Dufief Mill Road

* Bells Mill Road

* Quince Orchard Road

* Stone Ridge View Drive

* Glen Mill Road

* Travilah Road

 

DISTRICT 2 BETHESDA

 

* Strathmore Avenue

* Jones Bridge Lane

* Grosvenor Lane

* Wilson Lane

* Cedar Lane

* Kensington Parkway

 

DISTRICT 3 SILVER SPRING

 

* Wayne Avenue

* Piney Branch Road

* Calverton Boulevard

* Powder Mill Road

* Cannon Road

 

DISTRICT 5 GERMANTOWN

 

* Wisteria Drive

* Richter Farm Road

* Woodfield Road- Route 124

 

DISTRICT 6 GAITHERSBURG

 

* Warfield Road

* East Village Avenue

* Appleridge Road

* Centerway Road

 

Luke,

 

I am sure that the exact location of these speed traps is appreciated by many. The much more important issue is just how many daily, weekly, monthly and yearly deaths are due to automobile accidents in these United States. The recent increase of terrible accidents and several unfortunate deaths due to the unfortunate margin of error that even well trained, professional drivers of Metro with years of experience are still bringing to our streets everyday needs to keep us all better aware of how deadly the automobile industy has always been needs to be taken into ten times as much consideration by today's drivers as merely the location of a speed trap that is designed to try and conrol very irresponsible yet licensed drivers.

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