Speed and red light camera testing is schedule to begin in Baltimore on Monday.
During the 30-day warning period, drivers who exceed the posted speed limit by at least 12 miles per hour will receive warning notices in the mail. After that, they'll be subject to a $40 fine.
According to officials, the civil violations, "do not affect driver's licenses, points are not assessed, and there is no impact on insurance." The program is designed to reduce speeds and make streets safer, offi.
Speed cameras will be located at the following locations in school zones:
- Frederick Douglass High School: 1800-2400 blocks of Gwynns Falls Parkway
- Vanguard Collegiate Middle School: 5400-5700 blocks Moravia Road
- Holy Angels Catholic School: 900-1200 blocks of South Caton Avenue
- Edmondson Westside High School: 4200-4500 blocks of Edmondson Avenue
- Glenmount Elementary/Middle School: 5900-6400 Walther Avenu
- Baltimore Polytechnic Institute/Western High School: 1200-1600 West Cold Spring Lane
Gywnns Falls Elementary School: 2600-2800 Gywnns Falls Parkway