Baltimore has begun issuing speed camera tickets to motorists for the first time since 2013, when the cameras were shut off amid accuracy concerns.
Transportation Director Michelle Pourciau said 10 speed cameras will start issuing the $40 tickets. At the same time, eight red-light cameras will begin a month-long warning phase before they issue $75 tickets. Read the full story.
Explore the map below for an overview of speed and red light camera locations. Use the search function to see cameras around your area.
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The map will be updated as the city announces the location of other cameras.
Speed cameras — deployed:
- Frederick Douglass High School: 1800-2400 blocks of Gwynns Falls Parkway
- Vanguard Collegiate Middle School: 5400-5700 blocks Moravia Road
- Holy Angels Catholic School: 900-1200 blocks of South Caton Avenue
- Edmondson Westside High School: 4200-4500 blocks of Edmondson Avenue
- Glenmount Elementary/Middle School: 5900-6400 Walther Avenue
- Baltimore Polytechnic Institute/Western High School: 1200-1600 West Cold Spring Lane
- Gwynns Falls Elementary School: 2600-2800 Gwynns Falls Parkway
Speed cameras — not yet deployed:
- Gilman School: 100-800 W. Northern Pkwy
- Hamilton Elementary/Middle School: 6000-6200 Harford Rd
- St. Elizabeth School: 3800-3900 The Alameda
- Baltimore City College High School: 1000-1300 33rd St
- Calvin Rodwell Elementary: 4200-4600 Liberty Heights Ave
- Frederick Elementary School: 2500-2900 Frederick Ave
- Baltimore IT Academy: 1200-1400 Woodbourne Ave
Red light cameras:
- Reisterstown Road (Southbound) at Patterson Avenue
- East North Avenue (Westbound) at North Howard Street
- South Monroe Street (Northbound) at Washington Boulevard
- South Monroe Street (Southbound) at Washington Boulevard
- Belair Road (Southbound) at Erdman Avenue
- Erdman Avenue (Eastbound) at Belair Road
- Pulaski Highway (Eastbound) at North Point Road
- North Calvert Street (Northbound) at East Baltimore Street