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Field Services Bureau - Traffic Division

The Automated Traffic Enforcement Unit (ATEU)

The ATEU is responsible for the operation of the department’s Red Light Camera Enforcement program and Safe Speed program.

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Click Here for An Interactive Traffic Map of Camera Locations


Red Light Camera

Red Light Camera Enforcement is an automated photo enforcement program that helps enforce traffic laws and reduce red light violations.  The goal of the red light camera enforcement is to reduce traffic violations thereby decreasing traffic collisions.

Enforcement cameras function 24 hrs per day/7 days a week.

  • Registered owner of vehicle receives a $75.00 civil citation.
  • No points will be issued against the vehicle owner’s driving record.
  • Failure to pay fines will result in one's inability to renew the vehicle registration.

Red light camera locations

Pay a red light camera ticket here.

Have questions?  Contact the Automated Traffic Enforcement Unit.

Red Light Camera Monthly Performance Cumulative Reports for 2017

Safe Speed Monthly Performance Cumulative Reports for 2017

 

Safe Speed LogoMontgomery County's automated speed enforcement program, Safe Speed, enforces speed limits in residential areas with a speed limit of 35 mph or less and in school zones with any speed limit.

  • Speed cameras function 24 hrs per day/7 days a week except in school zones.
  • Vehicles traveling 12 miles per hour above the speed limit are issued citations.
  • Registered owner of vehicle receives a $40.00 civil citation.
  • No points will be issued against the vehicle owner’s driving record-

List of Designated Speed Camera Corridors & Speed Camera Locations (all-inclusive)

Pay a Safe Speed ticket here.

Process for the selection of locations for placement of Safe Speed Camera

Speed Camera Revenue & Expenditure

Have a question?  Contact the Automated Traffic Enforcement Unit

Main Office – 240-773-6050

Local Designee for the 2014 Speed Monitoring System Reform Act

The Speed Monitoring System Reform Act of 2014 requires a local jurisdiction that authorizes a program of speed monitoring systems to designate an official or employee to investigate and respond to questions or concerns about the local jurisdiction’s speed monitoring system program. The local designee shall review a citation generated by a speed monitoring system if the person who received the citation requests review before the deadline for contesting liability under the speed monitoring systems statute. If the local designee determines that the citation is an erroneous violation, the local designee shall void the citation.

Contact information for Montgomery County, Maryland’s local designee:

Montgomery County Police Local Designee
Attn: Michael Ruane
100 Edison Park Drive, 3rd Floor
Gaithersburg, MD 20878
Email: Local.Designee@Montgomerycountymd.gov

Phone: 240-773-6050


 

 

Montgomery County Department of Police · J. Thomas Manger, Chief
Public Safety Headquarters
100 Edison Park Drive · Gaithersburg, MD 20878
Non-emergency: 301.279.8000
 
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