Howard County Speed Cameras

In case anyone wants to know all the locations of Speed Cameras in Howard County, I thought I would post this list.

  • 4500 blk. Doncaster Drive
  • 4600 blk. Roundhill Road
  • 5000 blk. Ilchester Road
  • 6500 blk. Freetown Road
  • 6600 blk. Seneca Drive
  • 6700 blk. Old Waterloo Road
  • 7200 blk. Oakland Mills Road
  • 8400 blk. Savage Guilford Road
  • 9300 blk. Mellonbrook Road
  • 10100 blk. Donleigh Drive
  • 10200 blk. Old Frederick Road
  • 12500 blk. Frederick Road
  • 16800 blk. Old Frederick Road
  • Centennial Lane
  • Old Stockbridge Road
  • Vollmerhausen Road
  • 3000 blk. St. Johns Lane
  • 3100 blk. North Chatham Road
  • 4000 blk. Crescent Road
  • 5700 blk. Cedar Lane
  • 6000 blk. Stevens Forest Road
  • 6700 blk. Old Waterloo Road
  • 9100 blk. Northfield Road
  • 9500 blk. Kilimanjaro Road
  • 9600 BLK. Whiteacre Road
  • 10300 blk. Quarterstaff Road
  • 10400 blk. Green Mountain Circle
  • 12100 blk. Wood ford Drive
  • 14000 blk. Carrs Mill Road
  • Centennial Lane
  • Rogers Ave

Even though I don't live in Howard County I think it is important for people to be aware of of Speed Cameras and their locations around the Baltimore-Washington metro area.  Citations and tickets issued through the speed camera program are only a $40 fine and there are no points added to your driving record.  Still, that $40 can add up quickly if you are not careful.

I found this list on the Howard County Government website and so it is the most accurate it can be as of this writing.

Leave a comment below and let me know what you think about Speed Cameras in Maryland.  Are they good or bad?

Maryland Muscle/Rotary Car Show – May 28th

The 9th Annual Maryland Muscle Car/Rotary Car Show is this coming Saturday, May 28th from 10am-3pm. (Originally called the Maryland BBQ Car Show.) Even though the name has changed, the excitement of the show has not. It's a great experience for those in the Baltimore Metro and Washington DC area to enjoy muscle cars, hot-rods, customized cars, imports, and rotarys. The show is open to all makes and models though, so feel free to bring by any car you want or let someone you know about the show.  There will be nice looking models available to take pictures with cars (as you can tell from the picture above!)  It's all for a good cause. The proceeds will benefit the Childhood Cancer Association. So be sure to attend, and make a donation.

Location: Blobs Park, 8024 Blobs Park Rd, Jessup, MD, 20794

Time: Saturday, May 28th, 10am-3pm