Hurried motorists on 795 will soon pay for their speeding.
Maryland State Highway officials have set up speed cameras at the Interstate 695/Interstate 795 interchange while the roadway is resurfaced.
The warning period will be in effect until May 29, and citations will be issued starting on May 30, according to a Maryland State Highway Administration press release. The speed limit of 60 mph on I-795 will not be reduced in the enforcement area. Citations will be issued for those motorists going 12 or more miles per hour over the speed limit. The citations cost $40.
SHA is repairing and resurfacing pavement on I-795 between I-695 and Owings Mills Boulevard. The $9.2 million project also includes upgrading traffic barriers, repairing storm drains, installing new pavement marking and resurfacing ramps at the Owings Mills Boulevard interchange. The project should be complete in fall 2013, SHA said.