The City of Rockville will be posting “Right Turn Yield on Red After Stop” signs at ten intersections with red light cameras according the Rockville Public Information Office. The signs are intended to remind drivers that they must make a full stop before turning or they could be subject to an electronic ticket.
The City of Rockville states “The red-light camera system was installed to improve safety, not to collect revenue from traffic citations. When vehicles make a full stop, it creates safer crosswalks for pedestrians and safer intersections for vehicle traffic.
The Rockville City Police Department reviews all photographs and video evidence of a suspected violation before issuing a citation. The fine is $75. Revenue from red-light camera citations goes to the city’s general fund, where it is used to pay for the red-light camera program and other public safety expenses.”
Below is a listing of red light cameras in Rockville from the city’s website:
North Washington Street at Beall Avenue (South Bound) – August 2012
West Gude Drive at Gaither Road (West Bound) – August 2012
West Gude Drive at Research Blvd. (East Bound) – August 2012
West Gude Drive at Research Blvd. (West Bound) – August 2012
Seven Locks Road at Fortune Terrace (North Bound) – August 2012
North Washington Street at Middle Lane (North Bound) – March 2013
Park Road at N. Stonestreet Ave (West Bound) – March 2013
Gaither Road at Redland Blvd (North Bound) – March 2013
Seven Locks Road at Fortune Terrace (South Bound) – June 2013
Wooton Parkway at Preserve Parkway (East Bound) – July 2013