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Calvert Street near Connecticut Avenue   Woodley Park, District of Columbia

Beware of going over 25mph on the Calvert St. bridge just east of Connecticut Ave in Woodley Park. Occasionally the DC cops have speed traps on either end of it. I haven't been caught but live on one side of the bridge and see the speed trap when I walk across it. Also beware the Connecticut Ave. bridge at the same intersection; I've been in a cab that was pulled over there. Finally, sometimes Calvert St. bridge westbound is checkpointed for DUI on a Fri or Sat night. Even if you're not drunk it's a huge slowdown and obnoxious so beware.

Jan 14, 2004

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