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Warning Period Extended to Drivers In MD Workzones

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Maryland has extended the warning period for drivers speeding in work zones with new camera enforcement. The state has given out more than 900 warning notices for drivers speeding in the automated enforcement zones since October 14th.

The work zones include a section of I-95 in Montgomery County; I-695 at Charles Street in Baltimore County, and I-95 near White Marsh.

The warning phase, was supposed to have ended October 31st. But it has been extended for two weeks.

After November 15th, police will issue 40 dollar citations for each violation.

Rebecca Blatt has the details...

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