The city has erected its newest speed camera along Roland Avenue as a part of a million dollar overhaul.
The city has overhauled the program over the last two months to correct inaccuracies that were found within the system.
Baltimore City officials haven’t confirmed which cameras are inaccurate, but say that some cameras are, in fact, operating during the transition phase.
Not only has the city brought in a new company to oversee the program, but last week it also approved a quarter million dollar contract with another company that will audit the program.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said, “Well according to your articles, you suggested we have an independent audit and, as I do, I went straight to work to get that done.”
It will likely be about a month before all camera are once again functional.