5 new Baltimore County speed cameras to go into service Wednesday

Motorists will receive warnings for first month

August 07, 2012|By Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun

Five new speed cameras in Baltimore County are scheduled to go into service Wednesday, according to a police department statement.

Motorists who exceed the speed limit by at least 12 mph will receive warnings for the first 30 days, then citations will be issued. Tickets can carry a $40 fine, but the citations do not add points to drivers' licenses.

The cameras operate 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday throughout the year, even when school is out.

The new speed camera sites are Southwest Academy on Johnnycake Road in Gwynn Oak; Loch Raven High on Cromwell Bridge Road in Hampton; Stoneleigh Elementary at Regester Avenue in Towson; Patapsco High at Wise Avenue in Dundalk; and Owings Mills Elementary at Reisterstown Road.

The county will have 27 total operational cameras.


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