The speed camera controversy is not limited to Baltimore. Lawmakers heard stories from around the state of how tickets issued in error are aggravating drivers and eroding public confidence in government.
The Charles County Sheriff’s Office says it will reactivate the three speed cameras that it had stopped using after one camera’s cement pad was incorrectly placed.
The Charles County Sheriff’s Office says it has suspended the use of its three speed cameras because of a possible issue over placement.
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.
Laurel police are trying something new in the push to slow down speeders with automated speed cameras, deploying decoy cameras instead.
Fines for traffic offenses in Washington are about to drop.
Speeding drivers in Annapolis, get ready to slow down. The city is preparing to launch its first speed cameras.
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.
Baltimore City is now overhauling its speed camera system after inaccurate tickets caused drivers to pay fines when they weren’t speeding. State lawmakers are calling for some big changes.
The public can now check the accuracy of some speed cameras online. It’s an effort by state highway officials to make information accessible.
Say goodbye to speed cameras in Baltimore City. Every one of them will be taken down–temporarily.
Smithsburg police say a speed camera that will operate around the town’s three public schools could be operational by next month.