The cameras will be located at 13 school zones that have reported issues with speeding vehicles.
Baltimore County police recently received approval to install speed cameras at 13 additional school zones.
The zones were chosen based on data and community input that showed speeding is a concern, according to a news release. Construction of camera pads at the locations have already begun.
The new locations are:
- Carver Center for the Arts School – Kenilworth Drive at Camberly Circle
- Pikesville Middle School – 7700 block of Seven Mile Lane
- Vincent Farm Elementary, 6000 block of Ebenezer Road
- Fort Garrison Academy, 3300 block of Woodvalley Drive
- Westchester Elementary, 2300 block of Old Frederick Road
- Mt. Carmel School, 1700 block of Old Eastern Avenue
- Mt. DeSales Academy, 700 block of Academy Road
- Lansdowne Middle School, 2200 block of Lansdowne Road
- Dogwood Elementary School, 7200 block of Dogwood Road
- Church Lane Elementary School, Allenswood Road at Fernside
- Deer Park Middle School, 9800 block of Winands Road
- Stemmers Run Middle School, 200 block of Stemmers Run Road
- Riderwood Elementary, 8100 block of Thornton Road
The first 30 days after each camera is activated, drivers traveling at least 12 miles per hour over the speed limit will receive warnings, the release states. Afterwards, citations will be issued.
The cameras will not all start operating at the same time.
The cameras will be operational on Mondays through Fridays, between the hours of 6 a.m. and 8 p.m., according to the release.