Baltimore got nearly $20 million in revenue from speed cameras over the past year — a higher-than-expected figure that is sparking debate over the accuracy of the city’s budget projections and whether the camera program is more a cash cow than a safety measure. The city took in a total of $19.2 million from the devices in the past fiscal year, which is $2.5 million more than the year before and about $4 million more than expected.
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Driving Freedoms is the NMA's quarterly magazine published on the subjects of traffic laws and your rights as a driver.