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  • Motorists will see 16 to 24 new cameras, or two to three per ward, of each type during the coming year, said Lisa Sutter, program manager of automated traffic enforcement for the Metropolitan Police Department.

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  • The District has experienced 11 traffic-related deaths this year, she said, about a 60 percent decrease from this time last year.

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