Michelle Basch, wtop.com
ELLICOTT CITY, Md. - Mobile speed cameras in Howard County will start issuing warnings to drivers speeding through school zones soon.
Howard County's mobile speed cameras will operate Monday through Friday between 6 a.m. and 8 p.m. The cameras will target drivers going 12 miles per hour or more over the speed limit.
A recent county police study in the county found 65 percent of cars driving through school zones were speeding.
The cameras will begin issuing warnings Monday, Oct. 17. Tickets with $40 fines will start going out in November.
Here are the speed camera locations for the week of October 17:
- 5600 blk. Cedar Lane
- 11500 blk. Frederick Road
- 12700 blk. Folly Quarter Road
- 6100 blk. Montgomery Road
- 9200 blk. N. Laurel Road
- 2900 blk. St. John's Lane
- 6000 blk. Tamar Drive
- 4600 blk. Ten Oaks Road
- 13300 blk. Triadelphia Road
- 15000 blk. Triadelphia Road
- 8900 blk. Whiskey Bottom Road
- Carrs Mill Road
- Centennial Lane
- Dobbin Road
- Freetown Road
- Ilchester Road
- Kilimanjaro Road
- Northfield Road
- Old Waterloo Road
- Seneca Drive
Camera locations have been posted for the first four weeks of the program. Find the those locations below:
On Oct. 1, 19 new speed cameras began handing out fines in the District.
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