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Baltimore County to install new school zone speed cameras

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TOWSON, MD—The Baltimore County Police Department will be activating five new speed cameras in five different school zones in Baltimore County over the summer.

The surveillance cameras will be activated on July 11, and motorists who exceed the speed limit by 12 mph or more will receive warnings rather than citations for the first 30 days.

The speed cameras will be activated in the following school zones:

  • Cromwell Valley Elementary School, 900 block of Providence Rd;
  • Lyons Mill Elementary School, 4300 block of Owings Mills Blvd;
  • Franklin High School, 100 block of Franklin Blvd;
  • Pretty Boy Elementary School, 19800 block of Middletown Rd; and
  • Redeemer Classical Christian School, 6400 block of Mount Vista Rd.

The cameras will be operated from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday through Friday, including summer months when school is out.

This article was written with the assistance of AI and reviewed by a human editor.

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