Maryland Made $62 Million From Speed Camera Tickets Last YearMore than 1.6 million tickets for speed-camera violations were issued in Maryland last fiscal year.
Baltimore City Announce More Speed, Red Light Cameras Are ComingThe Baltimore City Department of Transportation announced Friday that more speed and red light cameras are coming.
DOT: On First Day Of New Baltimore Speed Camera Program, Some Issued Duplicate FinesBaltimore's new speed cameras have been issuing fines for just a few days, but there are already some concerns.
NTSB: Nearly As Many Die In Speed Related Crashes As Alcohol Related CrashesA federal agency is now calling for action after an extensive report reveals an alarming number of people die in speed related crashes, nearly as many as in alcohol related crashes.
Baltimore To Activate 10 Speed Cameras MondaySpeed cameras are set to return to Baltimore City next week.
Baltimore Drivers Prepare To Hit The Brakes; Speed Cameras ReturnThe City will soon be turning red light and speed cameras back on.
Baltimore Drivers Beware, Speed And Red Light Cameras To ReturnBaltimore drivers beware, those red and speed light cameras are about to return.
New Report Makes Some Want More Speed Cameras StatewideA new report credits speed cameras with preventing deaths and serious injuries in Maryland. Now some want speed cameras on the fast track across the state.
Baltimore Looks To Relaunch Speed Camera ProgramSpeed cameras could be going back on in Baltimore City.
New Speed Camera In Laurel Helps Drivers To Avoid TicketsSchool zone slow down. A new type of speed camera in Laurel helps drivers avoid costly violations.
Speed Camera Controversy Spreads Throughout MarylandThe 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.
Charles County Speed Cameras To Be ReactivatedThe 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.