Posted: March 21, 2007 in Cars & Driving
Montgomery County's automated speed enforcement & revenue generation 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 got 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. After the 30 day warning period, you're getting a ticket!!
No points though, because the county needs to keep you on the road so you can keep paying into the CashCam system.
Montgomery County CashCam Locations
DISTRICT 1 ROCKVILLE
Dufief Mill Road
Bells Mill Road
Quince Orchard Road
Stone Ridge View Drive
Glen Mill Road
DISTRICT 2 BETHESDA
Jones Bridge Lane
DISTRICT 3 SILVER SPRING
Piney Branch Road
Powder Mill Road
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 )
Briggs Chaney Road ( New Hampshire to Good Hope Road )
DISTRICT 5 GERMANTOWN
Richter Farm Road
Woodfield Road- Route 124
DISTRICT 6 GAITHERSBURG
East Village Avenue
Once the trial run is over, expect the number of CashCams to be increased drastically, and also expect the fine to shoot up into the $100+ range. If the county gets tight on cash, expect either the speed limits to drop, or the acceptable overage to come down from 11mph to something like 6mph.
Montgomery County - Providing solutions to problems that never existed, and answers to questions that no one's ever asked.
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