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WASHINGTON, DC - MARCH 2: Because of the high amount of pothole

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Here’s your reminder to slow down.

Speed limit cameras have been installed on Baltimore-Washington Parkway in an effort to remind drivers to slow down in work zones.

Additionally, the speed limit has also been reduced to 55 miles per hour.

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Work on the MD-295 bridge begins today along with the new speed enforcement. Drivers will have a 21-day warning period. After that, speeding can cost you up to $40.

Construction is expected to be completed this spring as crews repair and replace bridge bearings.


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