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  • On speed cameras, city ethics board failed

    On speed cameras, city ethics board failed
    Your series of articles on the speed camera fiasco prompts me to make the following comments. Since I started teaching political science in 1964 with my first assignment at Ridgely Junior High School, I have developed a good idea of what constitutes...
  • The lie at the heart of Baltimore's speed camera program

    The lie at the heart of Baltimore's speed camera program
    Maryland law says that "if a contractor operates a speed camera system on behalf of a local jurisdiction, the contractor's fee may not be contingent on the number of citations issued or paid." Baltimore City, like some other jurisdictions around the...
  • Police to double number of officers reviewing speed camera tickets

    Police to double number of officers reviewing speed camera tickets
    Baltimore police officials said Thursday the department is doubling to 25 the number of officers available to review speed camera tickets — one of several moves intended to help prevent the issuance of erroneous citations, which has cast a cloud...
  • Legislators chastise city officials for speed camera problems

    Legislators chastise city officials for speed camera problems
    Members of Baltimore's legislative delegation in Annapolis chastised city transportation officials Friday for problems with the city's lucrative network of speed cameras. Del. Brian McHale called it "unjust" that the city won't try to identify, and...
  • Lawmaker pitches $1,000 penalty for 'bogus' speed camera tickets

    Lawmaker pitches $1,000 penalty for 'bogus' speed camera tickets
    Speed camera companies and local governments would be penalized $1,000 for each "bogus" citation issued to motorists under proposed legislation announced Monday by state Del. Jon Cardin. The Baltimore County Democrat also wants to require governments in...
  • City official says speed-camera radar 'not 100% accurate'

    City official says speed-camera radar 'not 100% accurate'
    City officials said Friday that they no longer have complete confidence in the accuracy of their speed cameras' radar systems and have instituted a new "reasonableness" test on two cameras known to have issued erroneous tickets. "We now know we can't...
  • City official worried in July speed camera problems could 'get out of hands'

    City official worried in July speed camera problems could 'get out of hands'
    City transportation officials were so worried four months ago about inaccurate speeding tickets coming from an automated camera on Cold Spring Lane that a supervisor ordered the problem fixed before it could "get out of hands," documents obtained by The...
  • City issued 16,000 speed camera tickets in six weeks

    City issued 16,000 speed camera tickets in six weeks
    Baltimore issued more than 16,000 speed camera tickets in less than two months this year before shutting the troubled program down over a programming error, according to figures posted by the city. The numbers offer a detailed statistical look at the...
  • Has Baltimore gotten religion on speed cameras?

    Has Baltimore gotten religion on speed cameras?
    Baltimore's speed cameras are off-line for the second time this year after officials found faults with some of the tickets issued by the city's new camera system vendor. Officials say they will void or refund nearly 600 erroneous tickets. We would be...
  • City to void more than 6,000 camera tickets

    City to void more than 6,000 camera tickets
    Baltimore City said Tuesday that it will throw out more than 6,000 speed and red-light camera tickets because its former contractor has stopped showing up in court to defend them — the latest sign of the dysfunction dogging Baltimore's speed...
  • City in $2 million dispute with Xerox over camera tickets

    City in $2 million dispute with Xerox over camera tickets
    Baltimore officials are refusing to pay the city's former speed and red-light camera operator $2 million for its final three months of work, a period that preceded the troubled start for the new contractor in January. The city stopped issuing tickets...