Hundreds of speeding tickets are now on hold after Baltimore City found several speed cameras with problems leading to improper citations being issued.
Speed cameras continue to remain under the microscope of legislators after several of the cameras were found with inaccuracies. Now there’s more controversy surrounding how the contractors are paid after Governor Martin O’Malley brings the payment method into question.
A state lawmaker proposes punishing speed camera companies for the giving out of bogus tickets after reports of camera glitches at a handful of Baltimore City cameras. One of the questionable cameras is along Cold Spring Lane.
Many folks were skeptical before the city even installed speed cameras. Now that there are reports of problems, some lawmakers want to guarantee the cameras are fair and accurate for everyone.
State, county and city vehicles have been ticketed more than 8,000 times in the past three years by Baltimore’s automated speed cameras.
More problems for speed cameras in Baltimore City. Some council members are calling for an investigation. They’re concerned about mounting inaccuracies.
According to a new survey, city residents list “disobeying traffic laws” as a bigger problem in Baltimore than property crime, panhandling or graffiti.
Prince George’s County police are installing new surveillance cameras to deter the vandalism of speed cameras in the county.
Turns out lead-footed drivers are slowing down for speed cameras. The State Highway Administration says accidents in work zones are the lowest they’ve been in a decade.
Baltimore County’s plan to activate four new speed cameras on Thursday hit a speed bump.
Baltimore County police are ready to activate more speed cameras near schools.
Speed cameras are coming to Charles County.