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Baltimore Co. announces 13 new speed camera locations

Thirteen additional speed camera locations were announced by Baltimore County Police Wednesday.

Drivers who speed at least 12 mph over the posted speed will receive warnings for the first 30 days, but then citations will be issued. Tickets can carry a $40 fines. Citations do not add points to drivers' licenses.

Construction has begun at new sites, but police have not released a time frame for their activation. The additions will bring the number of speed camera sites in the county to 40, according to a list on the local government website.

The new locations are at Carver Center for the Arts School Kenilworth Drive at Camberly Circle; Pikesville Middle School on Seven Mile Lane; Vincent Farm Elementary on Ebenezer Road; Fort Garrison Academy on Woodvalley Drive; Westchester Elementary on Old Frederick Road; Mt. Carmel School on Old Eastern Avenue; Mt. DeSales Academy on Academy Road; Lansdowne Middle School on Lansdowne Road; Dogwood Elementary School on Dogwood Road; Church Lane Elementary School on Allenswood Road; Deer Park Middle School on Winands Road; Stemmers Run Middle School on Stemmers Run Road and Riderwood Elementary on Thornton Road.

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