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Speed cameras on I-83 in Baltimore will become active Thursday, launching a 90-day grace period before fines begin

April 13, 2022

Speed cameras on Interstate 83 in Baltimore will start clocking speeding drivers Thursday, but motorists will receive only warnings in the mail until fines begin in July. The two cameras located northbound and southbound at the West 41st Street exit will flag motorists who travel 12 or more miles over the speed limit. Motorists caught speeding in the next 90 days will receive a warning citation in the mail. Once the three-month grace period ends, that citation will include a $40 fine.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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