The audit, taken from July 1, 2017, through April 30, 2018, shows that when it comes to revenue, red-light cameras brought in almost $4.3 million — about $540,000 less than expected. Speed cameras brought in a little more than $8 million — close to $1 million more than expected.
All of the money collected so far goes into the city’s general fund.
One issue did pop up having to do with the validity of violations, which require a three-step review process. The audit found a Baltimore City police officer had been reviewing and approving citations for the second and third steps, so that needed to be corrected.