Hagerstown Installs First Speed Camera

A 30 day warning period began on Tuesday

Wednesday, Mar 14, 2012  |  Updated 8:56 AM EDT
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Hagerstown Installs First Speed Cam

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After the 30-day warning period, drivers caught going 12 mph or over the speed limit will receive a $40 ticket.

The city of Hagerstown installed its first speed-enforcement camera on Tuesday.

The camera is installed on Northern Avenue at Crofton Road near the Fountaindale Elementary School.

A 30 day warning period began on Tuesday, said Police Capt. Mark Holtzman. After thirty days, anyone driving 12 miles or more over the 25 mph speed limit will receive a fine of $40.

The cameras will be in effect Monday through Friday from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Officials are expected to install more cameras in three to five additional areas in upcoming weeks.

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