4 Speed Cameras In Owings Mills Area Installed
OWINGS MILLS, MD — Four speed cameras will be installed in the Owings Mills area this week, including on Lakeside Boulevard around the campuses of New Town Elementary School and New Town High School. The cameras will be on both sides of the street.
Here are the locations for the cameras, which will turn on this Monday:
- New Town High School & Elementary, 9300 block of Lakeside Blvd. (both north and southbound)
- Woodholme Elementary School, 300 block of Mt Wilson Lane (westbound)
- Randallstown High School, 9200 block of Winands Road (eastbound)
From 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday to Friday, officials said the speed cameras will operate.
The cameras will be on during the summer and on weekdays when school is not in session, according to authorities.
Drivers who exceed the speed limit by at least 12 mph will receive warnings for the first 30 days the speed cameras are in effect. After that, violators will receive citations.
Speed cameras will be activated on Monday, Aug. 8, according to the Baltimore County Police Department.