Still no speed cameras in Howard Co.
More than a year after the state law allowing speed cameras took effect, Howard County remains one of the largest jurisdictions in Maryland without a single one, The Baltimore Sun reports.
Although county officials supported passage of the state enabling law, no local legislation authorizing the cameras has been written as county police slowly research speeding near every county school.
Read more about speed cameras in Howard County in The Baltimore Sun.
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| August 30, 2010; 10:38 AM ET
Categories: Maryland, Traffic and Transportation
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