Five new speed cameras will be popping up in school zones around Baltimore County this week.
The state says they’re needed for safety. Turns out those work zone cameras are also good at making money—and a lot of it.
Prince George’s County officials have activated speed cameras at two dozen new locations near schools.
More speed cameras are on their way to Baltimore County if the County Council approves a new contract this week.
Speed cameras in construction zones work. That’s what a new AAA study discovered this week.
If you drive on the beltway and have a lead foot you’ll want to pay attention. Another work zone speed camera is being added to the interstate.
Beltway drivers, pay attention. Another work zone speed camera is being added to your daily commute.
Speeders in Howard County, you better slow down. Speed cameras are now up and active in school zones.
Speeders beware. Starting Monday, cameras are monitoring drivers in Howard County school zones.
Baltimore County says three relocated speed cameras will become operational on Oct. 3.
Police in Baltimore County are shifting the locations of three of the county’s 15 speeding cameras.
The cameras issue $40 tickets to drivers caught exceeding the speed limit in school zones by more than 12 miles per hour.