Speed cameras in Maryland collect $64 million in revenue

Nearly 1.6 million motorists in Maryland were captured by a speed camera in fiscal 2018, according to an analysis by AAA. That brought in nearly $64 million in ticket revenue. The motorist group also ranked which municipalities and counties took in the most money. Montgomery County topped the list, with $15.9 million, AAA said in a statement. Baltimore City, Prince George’s and Baltimore counties, and College Park rounded out the top five, as part of what AAA calls the “Million Dollar Club.” Those five areas alone took in more than 60 percent of Maryland’s speed camera revenue for fiscal 2018. (Wash. Post)

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