With more than 50 traffic cameras now up and running around Baltimore, the city has installed at least 15 more than Mayor Catherine Pugh’s office said would be placed along city roads back in March.
The city’s resurrected traffic camera program got off to a troubled start late last month, officials revealed Monday.
Speed cameras are now really officially back, and another batch of traffic-surveilling devices are on the way.
As promised, traffic enforcement cameras are back in Baltimore.
Return of the Fines: I-95 Speed Cams Start Ticketing Next Monday, and Citation Amounts Revealed for Baltimore’s Revived Traffic Camera Program
Baltimore drivers be warned: Automated camera fines are returning to I-95 next week, and fines from cameras on city streets aren’t far off.
City Considering Contracts for Not One, But Two Traffic Camera Vendors; Offering Them $9.6 Million Combined
City officials have narrowed down their list of traffic camera vendors to two companies that, if approved by the Board of Estimates this week, will be paid $9.6 million to track and ticket Baltimore drivers.
Several Finalists for Baltimore’s Soon-to-be-Resurrected Traffic Camera Program Linked to Legal Disputes
Yesterday afternoon, Mayor Catherine Pugh’s office named the six companies it’s considering to run the city’s soon-to-be re-launched traffic program. A quick dig online shows most of those companies have run into legal troubles or complaints in other parts of the country.
Fast drivers, beware: Speed and red-light cameras are likely returning to Baltimore this summer.