Baltimore County adds four new speed cameras
Baltimore County residents be on the lookout for four new speed cameras that went operational today. The cameras were installed to slow drivers around school zones. They include:
• Winands Elementary - Scotts Level Road between Winands Road and Autrim Lane
• Loch Raven Academy - Goucher Boulevard between Putty Hill Avenue and LaSalle Road
• Seven Oaks Elementary - Seven Courts Drive between Joppa Road and Proctor Lane
• Bais Yaakov - Smith Avenue
A camera at St. Ursula's School on Harford Road between Putty Hill Avenue and Interstate 695 is pending SHA approval. Residents will be notified before the camera becomes operational.
For 30 days after each camera is activated, motorists exceeding the speed limit by at least 12 mph will receive warnings rather than citations. Citations will be issued after 30 days.
Maryland practically leads the country in revenue generated by safety cameras. State cameras alone (just the ones on interstate highways) have generated 769,000 citations since 2009, enough to fetch $31 million in fines.
For a complete list of red light and speed cameras in your area, CLICK THIS LINK and type in your city, state, and type of camera.
Please drive safely