Baltimore lists proposed speed camera sites
The city of Baltimore isn't keeping the 51 proposed locations of its first flight of speed cameras under wraps. You can find a full list of intersections that are expected to be equipped with the cameras at this city web site. The list will become final Nov. 2, the day the city stops issuing warnings and begins sending out actual $40 tickets.
It looks as if the Dixon administration has done a good job of distributing them to all parts of the city except for purely industrial areas where there are no schools.
Northern Parkway appears to have grabbed the honors for the street with the most camera locations -- five. Anyone who drives that road can attest the distinction is well-deserved.
The first 51 locations for speed cameras wiil be at intersections where the city operates red light cameras. Some red light camera locations are not within a half-mile of a school, as required by the state law authorizing speed cameras.
Slow down and you'll never have to worry about the speed cameras, which cut drivers 12 mph worth of slack before issuing a ticket.