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Baltimore’s speed trap cameras are wrong 10 percent of the time

25
Jan
2014

Baltimore resident Daniel Doty was recently booked by a speeding camera for going 38mph in a 25mph zone. The audit, which was conducted by consultant group URS Corp, concluded that the error rate was more than 10 percent for the citys speed cameras, costing residents $2.8 million in tickets. One camera URS audited turned out more errors than correct citations. One camera URS audited turned out more errors than correct citations

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