Fairfax County is about to make sneaky shortcuts through at least one residential neighborhood the privilege of only the rich and the stupid.

On Tuesday, the Board of Supervisors will vote to place signs along five Falls Church streets warning drivers that speeding will cost them an extra $200, on top of the original ticket. The move is part of the county's "traffic calming measures" — an initiative meant to dissuade budding Nascar drivers by means of more stop signs, speed bumps and fat fines.

The affected roads run between Lee Highway on the north and Arlington Boulevard on the south, about a mile east of the Beltway. (See map.) If approved, warning signs will dot Lawrence Drive, Rogers Drive, Stuart Drive, Elmwood Drive and Fenwick Road.

Fairfax County Executive Anthony Griffin is recommending that his department of transportation "schedule the installation of the measures as soon as possible."