BALTIMORE — Speed cameras are being set up right now on the Jones Falls Expressway. More work on those cameras and warning signs will happen this weekend.
Baltimore City Department of Transportation spokesperson Marly Cardona-Moz said they hope the cameras will be operational March 1.
Drivers can expect to see signs on the JFX reminding them to not only slow down but warning them that there are speed cameras along the road. Most of the speed limit signs state that the limit is 50 mph.
There will be a three-month grace period before drivers will get fined for speeding.
If one of these cameras catches you speeding when they are live, it will cost you 40 dollars.
City officials expect speeding tickets from the cameras to bring in close to $1 million per month.