Baltimore will begin issuing speed camera tickets to motorists Monday 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.
“We’re going to start fining,” Pourciau said. “So slow down.”
She said the 10 speed cameras have together issued about 1,000 warnings per day since they were put online in June.
While the cameras are expected to generate millions in revenue for the city’s budget, Pourciau said the primary...