DC StreetSafe: Automated Traffic Enforcement
Surveys consistently show unsafe and aggressive driving to be among the top public safety concerns of DC residents. With demands on law enforcement high and budgets always tight, the MPDC's Automated Traffic Enforcement program offers an excellent solution for making DC streets safer for motorists, bicyclists and pedestrians.
- Automated Red Light Enforcment
- Automated Speed Enforcement
- Stop Signs
- Pedestrian Right of Way
- Intersection Speed
- Oversized Vehicles
MPD Extends Warning Period for New Photo Enforcement Technology (12/31/13)
Beginning Saturday, February 1, 2014, cameras at new locations will issue fines for violations.
- MPD Launches New Photo Enforcement Technology Designed to Make the District’s Streets Even Safer (11/22/13)
Reducing Motor Vehicle Speeds Saves Lives: New Community Resources Released
Report and resources from Health Resources in Action (December 2013)
DC StreetSafe Videos
You can’t actually get a ticket for not knowing when to stop being completely annoying, but you can for committing a traffic violation. MPD is now using automated safety enforcement to reduce these violations.
View Ticket Images for Photo Enforced Moving Violations
Images may be accessed by visiting the Photo Enforcement Moving Violations Public Inquiry Portal. You must have the ticket number and PIN from the lower right corner of your citation or notice to access images at this site.
Pay Your Ticket
Ticket payments are processed by the DC Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). For your convenience, DMV provides four payment options: online, by mail, in person, or by phone.
MPD Discusses Photo Enforcement on WAMU Radio
On July 10, 2012, Lisa Sutter, Program Manager for MPD's Photo Enforcement Program joined Kojo Nnamdi and several other guests to discuss automated traffic enforcemetn in the region. Listen to the the show or read the transcript.