District of Columbia police are deploying a new set of automated traffic enforcement tools to ticket drivers for speeding and infractions at stop signs, crosswalks and intersections.
Baltimore County is forced to void nearly 1,500 speed camera tickets after a certification mistake.
Smithsburg police are offering a $1,000 reward for information about a speed camera that was set on fire.
Police in Howard County say they’re investigating the arson of a portable speed camera near Glenelg High School.
Police in Salisbury are asking for help figuring out who spray painted five speed cameras.
Police in Hagerstown say a speed camera contractor will refund more than $27,000 for about 800 speeding tickets because it failed to get its equipment inspected as often as state law requires.
Thousands of Baltimore drivers won’t have to pay red light or speed camera citations after the city announces it’s voiding 6,000 tickets.
Faulty speed cameras are at the center of a debate in Annapolis. Critics are calling for major changes to the state’s system after thousands of bad tickets were issued.
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
The speed camera controversy makes its way to hearings in Annapolis, where some lawmakers are taking the state to task over irregularities in the program.
The city is overhauling its speed camera system by replacing faulty cameras and the company that manages them.
Baltimore City’s top cop said not enough staffing is to blame for the number of inaccurate speed camera citations.