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.
Prince George’s County plans to begin operating its first speed camera within a half-mile of two schools in Fort Washington.
Two new speed cameras are monitoring traffic in Frederick.
Prince George’s County officials are planning to deploy mobile speed cameras at more than 100 sites near county schools.
Speed cameras are coming to the Capital Beltway for the first time as part of a long-term construction project on an already congested stretch of the highway.
City commissioners in Cambridge have voted for speed cameras in school zones.
Speed cameras are popping up in more and more Maryland counties.
Speeders beware: a vote by the Baltimore County Council allows for more speed cameras to be installed.
As soon as the state gave Baltimore County the ability to place speed cameras near schools, the county did just that. Now, after a half year of use, they want more.
Do speed cameras have you slowing down at work zones?