Baltimore City set to make over $15M from speed cameras in first year


The city of Baltimore could make more than 15 million dollars in speed camera revenue during the first year of the program.

The city’s department of transportation says from November 1st of 2009 when it started ticketing drivers to November 1st of this year, it handed out 379,237 citations for speeding. While not every citation is paid, each one is worth 40 dollars for a grand total of nearly 15.2 million dollars.


City leaders and department of transportation officials insist the speed cameras are not a revenue generator, rather a safety tool.

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