Baltimore’s Board of Estimates voted to approve a $16 million extension of the city’s contract for speed cameras Wednesday, including two on Interstate 83. The extension, which will cover the cost of the 160 cameras through May 2024, was approved by the board over the objections of Council President Nick Mosby, one of the spending board’s five members. Mosby argued the city should maintain the speed cameras along the interstate in-house with Department of Transportation employees.
Baltimore approves renewal of contract for I-83 speed cameras following decrease in crashes
December 21, 2023