A push to raise the speed limit from 65 to 70 mph on Maryland highways has cleared another hurdle.
The Maryland Senate has voted to raise the speed limit from 65 to 70 mph on state highways.
Maryland’s House of Delegates has passed a measure allowing 70-mph speed limits on expressways and interstate highways, but the bill apparently won’t receive a Senate vote.
Annapolis police have a message for speeders caught on camera: no more freebies.
The District of Columbia is on pace to issue more than 700,000 speed camera tickets this year, matching the record set in 2012.
MDTA will increase the posted speed limit on the Intercounty Connector (ICC) from 55 mph to 60 mph.
Making it legal to speed. Some lawmakers in Annapolis have proposed a controversial new measure to raise the speed limit on Maryland’s expressways to 70 miles per hour.
Some of the city’s speed cameras are so out-of-date and prone to errors, they’ll be phased out with more sophisticated models replacing them. But the city won’t say at this point how many, when or how much it will cost.
Speed limits on some major commuter routes in the nation’s capital won’t be going up after all.
More problems with speed cameras in Baltimore. City officials admit they found another camera recording inaccurate speeds.
Md. Bridges Closed; Authorities Reduce Speed Limit On Md. Highways, Interstates Due To High Wind Gusts
The Bay Bridge, Key Bridge and Hatem Bridge have been closed. The Tydings Bridge will close shortly. The Nice Bridge is under wind restrictions. State authorities have reduced the speed limit on Maryland interstates and highways to 45 miles per hour.
New legislation in the D.C. Council would reduce fines from automated speed cameras and running red lights could be lowered to $50.