Baltimore transportation officials on Thursday announced plans to revive the city's defunct red light and speed camera system.
Officials said they will issue a request for bids Friday for 10 red light cameras, 10 fixed speed cameras and 10 portable systems. City Transportation Director William Johnson said the new program will include multiple safeguards to ensure the integrity of the tickets issued.
This will be the city's third program after two failed attempts in which motorists received tickets in error. The system, which was run for years by Xerox State & Local Solutions and briefly by Brekford Corp., was shut down in April 2013.
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