BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Maryland made $64 million from speeding motorists this year, thanks to speeding cameras.

According to Triple-A, 1.5 million people paid speeding tickets during the fiscal year.

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The City of Baltimore collected $9.6 million in revenue from the speed cameras.

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New Red Light, Speed Cameras Installed Along Several Baltimore Roadways

Drivers who speed in a school or work zone are sent a $40 ticket.

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School zone speed cameras operate Monday through Friday from 6 a.m. until 8 p.m. Work zone speed cameras are in use 24/7.