Following the six-month, 10-camera pilot, countywide photo speed enforcement would be implemented in two phases:
- Phase 1, in FY 2024, would include 50 photo speed enforcement cameras distributed between school and work zones.
- Phase 2, in FY 2025, would add 30 cameras for school zones.
Fines Begin April 10, 2023
Individuals can see and pay their citations at https://view.cite-web.com. There are no points or insurance impacts resulting from a citation. An escalating fine structure, starting at 10 mph over the limit, maxes out at $100:
- $50 for 10-14 mph over limit.
- $75 for 15-19 mph over limit.
- $100 for 20 mph or more over limit.
School Zone Speed Cameras:
- Chesterbrook Elementary School: Kirby Road near the school (Dranesville District)
- Irving Middle School: Old Keene Mill Road near the school (Braddock District)
- Key Middle School: Franconia Road near the school (Franconia District)
- London Towne Elementary School: Stone Road near the school (Sully District)
- Sleepy Hollow Elementary School: Sleepy Hollow Road near the school (Mason District)
- South County Middle School: Silverbrook Road near the school (Mt. Vernon District)
- Terraset Elementary School: Soapstone Road near the school (Hunter Mill District)
- West Springfield High School: Rolling Road near the school (Springfield District)
An additional school zone speed camera near Oakton High School and a work zone speed camera at Route 28 are forthcoming.
Pedestrian Safety Resources
Take a moment. Whether you are walking, biking or driving, keep in mind that safety is a two-way street and is everyone’s job.
Every year, the number of pedestrian and bicycle related fatalities and injuries continues to rise at an unacceptable rate. Fairfax County is committed to enhancing pedestrian, bicycle and traffic safety by implementing a multi-faceted plan to reduce and ultimately eliminate traffic-related deaths and injuries.
- Transportation Projects, Studies and Plans provides an overview of projects, studies and regional efforts for enhancing mobility and safety.
- Active Transportation Program works in coordination with county and state agencies to improve transportation infrastructure and encourage safe and active ways to move around Fairfax County.
- Crosswalk Improvement and Maintenance Projects provides information on the crosswalk projects, trail and sidewalk maintenance and speed display signs.
- Pedestrian Projects highlights Fairfax County’s Department of Transportation pedestrian initiatives to increase pedestrian safety, accessibility and mobility.
- Safe Routes to School provide transportation options and routes to encourage students and families to get to school safely.
Countywide Strategy: Mobility and Transportation
Mobility and Transportation is one of the 10 Community Outcome Areas within the Countywide Strategic Plan and one of the of the success indicators is to improve traveler safety is developing and implementing a multi-faceted plan to reduce and ultimately eliminate traffic-related deaths and injuries.