The troubles, particularly with Baltimore's speed camera system, have been many. As The Sun has reported, motorists have been cited for speeding in school zones even when they were stationary. Even AAA Mid-Atlantic received an erroneous ticket, as one of our drivers was cited for going 57 mph in a school zone when he was clearly stopped at a red light. And then, there's that little issue of: What, exactly, is a school zone? By Baltimore's original interpretation, practically the entire city was designated a school zone. By state law, it is K-12 schools — not nursery schools and not colleges. Baltimore was initially using all of these in its criteria for camera placement, before being questioned about the practice by AAA.