What a difference a day makes.
Four new speed camera locations are now operational a day after police said a technical difficulty delayed the planned start, according to a statement from the Baltimore County Police Department.
The following cameras are now in service:
- Winand Elementary
- Loch Raven Academy
- Seven Oaks Elementary
- Bais Yaakov
The devices issue $40 tickets to vehicles photographed exceeding the speed limit by more than 12 mph in a county school zone. The new cameras, once operational, will issue warnings for the first 30 days.
Earlier this week, the police department also announced that it had selected five new locations for the cameras. Those locations will become active at a later date.