Baltimore County plans to add five speed cameras in school zones, bringing the county's total to 22.
Police said Friday that the devices would be installed within the next few days. Motorists who go 12 mph or more above the speed limit in speed camera locations receive $40 tickets.
The sites selected for the new cameras are: Winand Elementary (Scotts Level Road between Winands Road and Autrim Lane, both directions); Loch Raven Academy (Goucher Boulevard between Putty Hill Avenue and LaSalle Road); Seven Oaks Elementary (Seven Courts Drive between Joppa Road and Proctor Lane); Bais Yaakov (Smith Avenue, southbound); and St. Ursula's (Harford Road between Putty Hill Avenue and I-695).
For the first 30 days, violators will get warnings, not citations, for speeding at the newly designated sites, police said.
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