Red Light Cameras in Montgomery County - Maryland Injury Lawyers Blog

Posted on behalf of Goldberg Finnegan, LLC on Feb 24, 2011 in Car Accidents

I hate red light cameras and hate those speed cameras even more. That said, today there was an interesting article in the Washington Post about the use of red light cameras on Maryland roads.

To summarize--The State and counties are making a ton of money on these cameras, there are 37 intersections in Montgomery County Maryland with the cameras (the amount could double in 5 years), Montgomery County removed the camera from Great Seneca and Longdraft because they were not making enough money on it, and Washington D.C. made $7.2 Million in 2009 on red light cameras. Oh yeah - one more thing - the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety fond that traffic related fatalities in Washington D.C. intersections dropped 26 % at intersections with cameras from 2004-2008.

If you have read this far, here is a gift for you (courtesy of the Washington Post). --a list of the Montgomery County Maryland intersections where there are red light cameras:

  • Old Georgetown Road and Edson Lane
  • Rockville Pike and Grosvenor
  • Frederick Road and Shady Grove
  • Rte 29 and Dale Drive
  • Rte 29 and Fairland Lane
  • Georgia Avenue and Randolph Road
  • N. Frederick Road and Montgomery Village Avenue
  • River Road and Goldsboro Road
  • Georgia Avenue and Norbeck Road
  • East University and Colesville Road
  • Georgia Avenue and Connecticut Avenue
  • Wisconsin Ave. (NB) and Montgomery Lane
  • Shady Grove and Research Boulevard
  • Connecticut Avenue(NB) and Randolph Road
  • East Gude and Southlawn Lane
  • New Hampshire Avenue and Lockwood Drive
  • Rockville Pike and Halpine Road
  • University Boulevard and Inwood Avenue
  • Colesville Road and Fenton Street
  • River Road and Wilson Lane
  • New Hampshire Avenue (SB) and Dilston Road
  • Georgia Avenue (SB) and Colesville Road
  • Mid-County Highway and Goshen Road
  • Veirs Mill (SB) and Twinbrook Parkway
  • Veirs Mill Road and Reedie Avenue
  • Veirs Mill Road (NB) and Newport Mill
  • Randolph Road (Westbound) and Kemp Mill
  • Md. Rte. 124 and Firstfield Road
  • Randolph Road (Westbound) and Selfridge Road
  • Randolph Road (Eastbound) and Dewey Road
  • E. Gude Drive (Westbound) and Crabbs Branch
  • Redland Road (Eastbound) and Crabbs Branch
  • Shady Grove and Briardale Road
  • Rte. 355 (south) and Middlebrook
  • Georgia Avenue (SB) and 16th Street
  • Connecticut Avenue (NB) and Knowles Lane
  • Rockville Pike (NB) and First Street
  • Shady Grove (Westbound) and Rte 355 (Frederick Road)
  • Wisconsin Avenue (SB) and Cheltenham Drive

Drive safely my friends! In the event that you are injured in an auto accident that was caused by another driver running a red light, call a Silver Spring auto accident lawyer at Goldberg Finnegan today. Our injury lawyers have years of experience and can review the details of your incident free of charge.

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