The city’s speed camera was famously maligned, with the remnants of the program still hanging around. But to all those who wonder if they can sneak by a speed camera on the Inner Loop of the Baltimore Beltway: Yes, they’re working.
The state’s transportation department installed speed cameras between the exits for US-1 and Philadelphia Rd. earlier this month. The government is taking the obvious approach, mounting the cameras on white SUVs that read “Safe Zones.” There was a three week grace period for drivers to adapt to these new eyes on the road, but that’s over now. On Thursday, the cameras began looking for folks going a bit too fast.
The limit for getting a fine is 12 mph, which means drivers will get tagged for going 67 mph. The fine is $40.
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