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Based on information researched at the time this page was created,

red light and speed cameras are legal districtwide in

the District of Columbia region.

No other camera types should be mapped in Waze.

In the District of Columbia, their are seven different types of traffic enforcement cameras. Below is a table containing each type of camera and how it should be mapped.

Camera Type Icon Used
Traditional Speed Cameras Speed Camera
Speed Cameras at Intersections Speed Camera
Traditional Red Light Cameras Red Light Camera
Gridlock Cameras Red Light Camera
Stop Sign Cameras Red Light Camera
Pedestrian Right of Way Cameras Red Light Camera
Oversized Vehicle Cameras Not Mapped


Reference the DC MPD Automated Traffic Enforcement page to verify camera locations.