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Cameras in work zones nab more than 750,000 drivers

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Speed cameras in Maryland's highway work zones have issued more than 750,000 tickets and brought in more than $30 million in revenue over the last two years. The cameras have issued 767,697 citations since the program started in September 2009, according to data from the Maryland State Highway Administration. At $40 a ticket, speeding has cost drivers $30.7 million in fines. Calling the state's...

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