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I-83 cameras catch nearly 84,000 speeding cars during first month in Baltimore; $40 fine set to begin next week

July 8, 2022
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Speed radars and billboards warning that Baltimore’s Interstate 83 is now enforced by speed cameras might have been taken as a light suggestion by hasty motorists. Despite the signage, cars barreled through the Jones Falls Expressway at 12 mph or more over the speed limit nearly 84,000 times in 30 days, the Baltimore Department of Transportation said. After the camera went live April 14, motorists were given a 90-day grace period during which speeding citations that arrived in the mail did not include a financial penalty.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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