Audit Finds Problems With Maryland’s Speed Camera Program

 

 

” More than half of the violations recorded during a test run of a Maryland program that places speed cameras in work zones were unusable and cost the state about $850,000 in lost ticket revenue, according to an audit.

At its outset in 2009, the program lacked measures assuring the accuracy of the speed cameras, according to a report by the Maryland Office of Legislative Audits.

And for the first nine months Maryland SafeZones was in operation, there was never an independent audit of the speed-monitoring system, according to the audit. “

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