red light cameras
Baltimore’s speed camera problem came to a screeching halt Tuesday night. The entire automated enforcement system has been shut down after even more ticket errors surfaced.
Westminster is putting a stop to most of their red light cameras. Police say they may have been causing more accidents than they were preventing.
Westminster Police will deactivate two of the remaining three red light cameras in the city, citing more crashes caused by rear-end collisions than by running red lights.
More speed cameras are on their way to Baltimore County if the County Council approves a new contract this week.
A five-year study seems to confirm that in areas with cameras, fatal red light crashes are down by 24 percent.