PennDOT Automated Work Zone Speed-Enforcement Cameras

PennDOT Automated Work Zone speed-enforcement cameras

PennDOT says cameras set up in construction zones are slowing some drivers down — but not all.

The Automated Work Zone speed-enforcement cameras were deployed by PennDOT back in March, just as work crews began ramping up highway construction work.

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"We have issued over 60,000 notices of violations, and that is during 583 deployments on Pennsylvania highways," Robyn Briggs, a PennDOT community relations coordinator, said.

Briggs says there were thousands of drivers who also were tagged with a $75 fine for speeding in the zones.

Briggs says that number includes thousands of first-time courtesy warnings sent to drivers whose license plates were captured by the roving camera assemblies in the construction zones across the state.

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