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New I-95 speed camera could cost you $40

Posted at 2:01 PM, Sep 19, 2019
and last updated 2019-09-19 14:04:47-04

HARFORD COUNTY — Beginning Monday, September 23, a new construction zone speed camera will be added on Northbound I-95 in Harford County.

The speed cameras will be in place on northbound I-95 between MD 152-Mountain Road and MD 24.

After a 21-day warning period, Maryland State Police will authorize speeding tickets beginning Monday, October 14.

After that, the registered owner of a vehicle traveling 12 miles or more over the posted speed limit of 65 mph will be fined $40.00.

Advanced warning signs will be posted prior to the work zone to alert drivers of the spped camera. A “speed trailer” will also be in place to record drivers speeds.

This is one of many projects in the MDTA's $21 million project for I-95 improvements scheduled to end winter 2021. Projects include roadway widening and pavement resurfacing.