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Slow Down Montgomery County Riders/Drivers
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Slow Down Montgomery County Riders/Drivers - March 12, 2007, 04:52 PM

Starting today March 12th MoCo started their speed trap cameras. There is a 30 day warning period starting today. After the warning period you will be fined, no points.

Information is taken from this site... http://www.montgomerycountymd.gov/po.../ask/speed.asp

Montgomery County’s automated speed enforcement program is the first in Maryland to enforce speed limits in residential areas and school zones with a speed limit of 35 mph or less. The program gets underway March 12 with a 30-day warning period. During that time motorists will receive warning violations if they are photographed speeding in the enforcement zones.

The Montgomery County Police Department will initially deploy up to six mobile speed enforcement vehicles, with a number of fixed cameras to be added later in the year. The mobile units will be rotated around a number of designated speed enforcement zones in residential areas and school zones across the county.

In 2006, the State of Maryland granted Montgomery County the authority to operate the cameras for a pilot automated speed limit enforcement program in residential areas and school zones. The municipalities of Chevy Chase Village, the City of Gaithersburg, and the City of Rockville are implementing similar speed enforcement programs under the same law. Violators will receive a civil citation and a $40 fine. Since the violations are being treated as civil and not criminal penalties, there will be no license “points” assigned and insurance providers are not notified of the citation.

Enforcement zones will be published on the police departments’ websites and additional signage will be constructed around the county notifying drivers of the cameras being used. Vehicles traveling above the determined threshold speed will be the subject of a series of photographs taken to document the violation. The photographs will then be processed and the license plate will be reviewed to identify the registered owner. The owner will then be sent the citation, which will include copies of the violation photos and the recorded vehicle speed.

Additional information about the municipalities’ automated speed enforcement programs can be found on their websites.

LOCATIONS: *These are subject to change

- Dufief Mill Road
- Bells Mill Road
- Quince Orchard Road
- Stone Ridge View Drive
- Glen Mill Road
- Travilah Road

- Strathmore Avenue
- Jones Bridge Lane
- Grosvenor Lane
- Wilson Lane
- Cedar Lane
- Kensington Parkway

- Wayne Avenue
- Piney Branch Road
- Calverton Boulevard
- Powder Mill Road
- Cannon Road

- 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

- Wisteria Drive
- Richter Farm Road
- Woodfield Road- Route 124

- Warfield Road
- East Village Avenue
- Appleridge Road
- Centerway Road

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March 23, 2007, 12:59 PM

At a neighborhood association meeting in Rockville the officer told us the tickets were sent for more than 11 mph over posted limit and the tickets were $40 regardless of the amount over the limit.

Not too bad, but some of the residential, and even some not so residential limits are only 25. Meaning that 37 will get you a $40 ticket.
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March 23, 2007, 03:03 PM

my lisense plate is going back to its original location..........inside my trunk

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