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Ever get that sinking feeling when you get caught in the bright light of a speed camera?
Someone set fire to a speed camera on Quince Orchard Road near McDonald Chapel Drive in Gaithersburg.
While the box looks like the offspring of R2D2, there is hardly anything high-tech about the so-called speed camera.
The speed cameras will be set up in various work zones in Prince George's, Frederick and Baltimore counties.
Tags: highway work zones , Maryland State Highway Administration , SafeZones , Darci Marchese , Sprawl & Crawl , Sprawl and Crawl , InterCounty Connector , ICC , Interstate 95 , Interstate 695 , I-95 , Baltimore beltway
Frederick has authorized speed cameras in city school zones.
Two new speed cameras were introduced near White Oak Middle School in Silver Spring, and drivers failed to notice.
This camera tracks speeders and red light runners, and it can detect drivers who are tailgating, ignoring stop signs, not yielding for pedestrians, making illegal turns and crossing over the center line.
Another set of speed cameras are expected to be installed this week in Bowie.
The battle over speed cameras in Prince George's County isn't when they will be used, it's over what kind and how many.
The cameras are the first to come to school zones in the city of Bowie.