Annapolis police have a message for speeders caught on camera: no more freebies.
The District of Columbia is on pace to issue more than 700,000 speed camera tickets this year, matching the record set in 2012.
Metro is spending millions of dollars to triple the number of video cameras it has monitoring its stations and parking garages, and to put cameras in rail cars for the first time.
A shocking case of voyeurism is under investigation in Anne Arundel County. A 14-year-old student discovered a camera Thursday hidden in the corner of a men’s bathroom at Glen Burnie High School.
A Glen Burnie High School student discovered a camera in the boy’s restroom. Now police say a 14-year veteran of the force installed it.
Two school zones have been chosen as the first active locations of speed cameras in Annapolis. The city anticipates implementing automated speed enforcement equipment by March 1
A trip of a lifetime to the Super Bowl with all the amazing memories captured on your camera. But can you imagine if you lost that camera in the Superdome?
Baltimore has started activating new speed cameras that replaced cameras blamed for issuing false tickets.
Some of the city’s speed cameras are so out-of-date and prone to errors, they’ll be phased out with more sophisticated models replacing them. But the city won’t say at this point how many, when or how much it will cost.
The nation’s capital plans to add 134 traffic cameras next year to its already extensive network of devices that generate tickets for speeding and running red lights.
More problems with speed cameras in Baltimore. City officials admit they found another camera recording inaccurate speeds.
State, county and city vehicles have been ticketed more than 8,000 times in the past three years by Baltimore’s automated speed cameras.