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Behind the scenes of a decision to shut down speed cameras
The emailed directive went out midmorning April 16 from a Baltimore City traffic engineer: No more speed camera tickets are to be issued from the camera in the 3900 block of The Alameda. Less than five hours later, an engineering supervisor wrote another email, stating that the city's entire speed and red-light camera network was being suspended.
By Scott Calvert, The Baltimore Sun
May 18, 2013