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Baltimore has started activating new speed cameras that replaced cameras blamed for issuing false tickets.
More problems with speed cameras in Baltimore. City officials admit they found another camera recording inaccurate speeds.
Early Friday morning, someone set fire to a recently installed speed camera in the 400 block of S. Rolling Road.
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.
Baltimore County says three relocated speed cameras will become operational on Oct. 3.
Residents in College Park say they’re being ripped off by the city and its speed cameras.
Westminster police say the department will continue to use red-light cameras as long as the money they bring in exceeds the cost of the program.
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.
More speed cameras on Maryland roads could soon be a reality if one man gets his way.
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