If you lined them all up head to toe, they would stretch from the White House to south of Richmond.
They could fill every seat in FedEx Field and Verizon Center and still leave people out in the cold.
That’s how many people got a traffic ticket from a single speed camera on New York Avenue in 23 months.
Tickets issued: 116,734.
Fines levied: $11.6 million.
City sympathy for angry drivers: zero.
“We believe we have made an impact,” said Gwendolyn Crump, spokeswoman for the D.C. police. “There have been 16 fatalities in 2012, compared to 28 at this time last year, for a 43 percent reduction of traffic fatalities. There is great value in slowing drivers down not only for their own safety, but also for safety of all other traveling parties.”