Numbers of Surveillance Cameras Continue to Rise

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Baltimore City has pushed the green light on the running of speed cameras and already there are problems. Some people were given double tickets from the new speed camera system on July 31, Baltimore city officials said on the first day of ticketing and those citations will be canceled.

The new speed camera system is up and running with 10 speed cameras at seven locations:

Vanguard Collegiate Middle School (5400-5700 blocks of Moravia Road) – both directions

Baltimore Polytechnic Institute/Western High School (1200-1600 blocks of West Cold Spring Lane) – both directions:

• Edmondson Westside High School (4200-4500 blocks of Edmondson Avenue) – both directions

• Frederick Douglass High School (1800-2400 blocks of Gwynns Falls Parkway)

• Holy Angels Catholic School (900-1200 blocks of South Caton Avenue)

• Glenmount Elementary/Middle School (5900-6400 blocks of Walther Avenue)

• Gwynns Falls Elementary School (2600-2800 blocks of Gwynns Falls Parkway)

The cameras operate from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Violators caught by speed cameras face $40 fines.

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Source: FoxBaltimore

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