The new speed cameras are up and running in Baltimore. If you're caught, you'll only receive a warning through July 25.
But after that, it could cost you $40.
Drivers across the city had mixed feelings about the seven new speed cameras in school zones.
"In the past there's been a lot of mistakes and wrongdoing and I don't think anything's going to be different," one driver said.
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The new contract requires a dedicates quality control team that double checks each citation and they have a supervisor.
Speed cameras are on Monday through Friday from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.