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Six speed cameras, five red light cameras added to the city

Posted at 11:29 PM, Apr 23, 2019
and last updated 2019-04-24 08:23:11-04

BALTIMORE, Md. — Baltimore City added additional speed cameras at six new locations and red-light cameras at five new locations.

Starting April 23, the following speed cameras will go in effect

  • 4700 block Hillen Road to 5200 Perring Parkway – Northwood Elementary School, Lois T. Murray School
  • 5400 to 5700 blocks of South Hilton Street – Wes Unseld School, Sarah Roach Elementary School , Green Street Academy
  • 4600 to 4700 blocks Reisterstown Rd – Baltimore Junior Academy
  • Unit to 200 blocks South Monroe St. - Samuel Moore Elementary School
  • 1300 to 1400 blocks West Franklin St. EB – Augusta Fells Savage Elementary Middle
  • 1300 to 1400 blocks West Mulberry St. WB – Vivien Thomas Academy

The cameras will detect anyone driving at least 12 miles above the speed limit, according to a press release.

The speed cameras operate year-round in city school zones, from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday. The speed camera violation fine is $40.

Red light cameras will also go in effect on April 23 at the following locations:

  • Cold Spring Lane at Falls Road
  • Eastern Avenue at Patterson Park Avenue
  • North Avenue at N. Wolfe Street
  • Pennsylvania Avenue at Dolphin Street
  • Martin Luther King Boulevard at Fayette Street

The red light cameras will operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The fine for running a red light is $75.