Officials Implement 11 New Red Light Cameras Throughout Baltimore

The Baltimore City Department of Transportation has implemented 11 new red light cameras throughout the city.

Transportation officials said the new cameras were activated Nov. 30 after they were placed throughout the city.

The cameras use sensors with traffic lights to take images and videos that are taken from the rear of a car as the red light signal is visible, according to officials. If caught by the cameras, the drivers face a $75 fine, per state law.