Among all the speed cameras in D.C., the one that provoked the most ire was located along Porter Street between Cleveland Park and Mt. Pleasant. Set to catch motorists driving over 30 miles per hour, the camera angered drivers who said that the speed limit was far too low for a two-lane expressway with few pedestrians and even fewer, if any, cyclists.
That camera has been removed, tweeted NewsChannel 8’s Bruce DePuyt this morning. We were able to confirm that, yes, in fact the camera is gone from Porter Street.
[Continue reading Martin Austermuhle’s post at DCist.com.]