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Arlington’s Red Light Cameras Start Issuing Fines At Midnight

If you run the wrong red light after midnight tonight, you’ll be getting a $50 ticket in the mail.

Arlington’s new red light cameras, which have been issuing warnings for the past month, will now be issuing fines. The infraction will be treated as a civil offense, meaning it won’t go on your driving record.

The cameras are located at the following intersections:

  • Eastbound Lee Highway at North Lynn Street
  • Southbound Ft. Myer Drive at westbound Lee Highway
  • Westbound Lee Highway at Washington Boulevard
  • Northbound North Glebe Road at Fairfax Drive

If successful, the county has indicated that it may opt to install additional cameras. Under state law, the county is permitted to install up to 20 red light cameras.

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