BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Transportation officials say violators of the new Baltimore speed cameras will be issued a $40 fine starting Monday.
During the first 30 days, violators got a warning in the mail, but now that the warning period is over, anyone caught speeding at 12 miles per hour or more over the speed limit on the cameras will get a $40 fine.
Baltimore’s new transportation director Michelle Pourciau told our media partner, The Baltimore Sun, the 10 speed cameras have given out a total of about 1,000 warnings per day since they went back online weeks ago.
The portable speed cameras are deployed at the following locations in school zones:
- Frederick Douglass High School: 1800-2400 blocks of Gwynns Falls Parkway
- Vanguard Collegiate Middle School: 5400-5700 blocks Moravia Road
- Holy Angels Catholic School: 900-1200 blocks of South Caton Avenue
- Edmondson Westside High School: 4200-4500 blocks of Edmondson Avenue
- Glenmount Elementary/Middle School: 5900-6400 Walther Avenue
- Baltimore Polytechnic Institute/Western High School: 1200-1600 West Cold Spring Lane
- Gywnns Falls Elementary School: 2600-2800 Gywnns Falls Parkway