Maryland State Police will conduct increased traffic enforcement for the holiday period.
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Speeders in Howard County, you better slow down. Speed cameras are now up and active in school zones.
The cameras issue $40 tickets to drivers caught exceeding the speed limit in school zones by more than 12 miles per hour.
Maryland State Police say extra troopers will on duty over the July 4th weekend to help keep traffic moving smoothly and safely on the state’s highways.