Washington, D.C., plans to add more than 130 cameras cameras on its streets and intersections as its traffic camera program proves very profitable.

The U.S. capital announced it generated $85 million in additional revenues in the 2012 fiscal year that ended in September. The figure could theoretically double if the city starts mounting the additional cameras that ticket drivers for speeding and running stop lights.

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Washington DC Rakes In Record Profits - Decides To Double Traffic Cameras To Raise More Revenue

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