Speed Cameras Return to Baltimore City | WYPR

Speed Cameras Return to Baltimore City

Gwynns Falls Parkway, which runs alongside Frederick Douglass High School.
Credit Google Maps

Speed cameras are back in Baltimore. An earlier system was shut down in 2013 after it was discovered cameras were issuing speeding tickets to cars that weren’t violating the speed limit. Mayor Catherine Pugh announced the implementation of the new cameras in May and said that she hoped the new camera system would renew Baltimoreans’ confidence and bring revenue to the city.

Below is a map showing where the first seven cameras are. They're all in school zones.

Click on the car icons to see specific locations of the speed cameras. A 30-day warning phase ends July 26. After that, violators will be issued $40 tickets. 

Red light cameras are coming, but the details have not been released. This map was created from information given by the Baltimore City Department of Transportation.