If you're driving through Baltimore County come Friday, June 12, then you may want to be a bit more aware of your speed limit.
According to FOX45, "four new speed cameras in eastern/northeastern Baltimore County on Friday." All of the locations will be in school zones and for the first 30 days, warnings will be issued as opposed to citations to drivers who go 12 miles or more over the designated limit. After the first 30 days, if a driver exceeds the limit then they receive a $40 fine. Below are the locations:
--Sandalwood Elementary School, 900 block of South Marlyn Avenue in Essex (for southbound traffic)
--Deep Creek Middle School, 1100 block of South Marlyn Avenue in Essex (for northbound traffic)
--Immaculate Heart of Mary School, 1700 block of Putty Hill Avenue in Parkville (for westbound traffic)
--Victory Villa Elementary School, 500 block of Compass Road in Middle River (for southbound traffic)
The cameras will be active from 6A-8P on weekdays. Click here to view the speed camera policy for Baltimore County.