BALTIMORE - Baltimore city made $4.2 million more in revenues from tickets issued by speed cameras over the last year than expected, according to city officials.
The city took in more than $19 million dollars in fines, which exceeded the $15 million Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake had budgeted.
In documents, officials state that they plan to spend the money for "additional traffic calming projects."
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