NEW AUTOMATED SPEED ENFORCEMENT LOCATIONS DEPLOYED CITYWIDE; WARNINGS TO BE ISSUED THROUGH SEPTEMBER 2 On July 31, 2012, the Metropolitan Police Department announced the deployment of new automated speed enforcement locations. The deployment locations for the Photo Enforcement Units will continue to be at sites with the highest number of crashes and injuries, calls for police service,and high speed volume. MPD also considered recommendations or requests from the Department of Transportation, Advisory Neighborhood Commissions and civic or citizen associations. The 30-day educational phase began on August 1, 2012, when violators began receiving warning citations. On Monday September 3, 2012, MPD will begin issuing live moving citations to violators. The new photo enforcement locations are as follows. Unless noted the speed limit is 25 mph: »» 200 block 17th Street, NE (southbound) »» 1800 block Harvard Street, NW (northwestbound) »» 1700 block North Portal Drive, NW (southwestbound) »» 700 block Franklin Street, NE (westbound) »» 1400 block New York Avenue, NE (northeastbound) (35 mph) »» 3700 block Massachusetts Avenue, SE (southeastbound) »» 4300 block Texas Avenue, SE (southbound) »» 4800 block Texas Avenue, SE (northbound) »» DC295, 0.4 miles south of Burroughs Avenue, NE (southbound) (45 mph) »» 2200 block K Street, NW (westbound) »» 400 block Riggs Road, NE (northbound)