Speed cameras that were installed last month on Northern Avenue between Fountaindale Elementary and Northern Middle schools in Hagerstown will go live Monday.
The cameras were installed and activated March 13 to give motorists a 30-day warning period, according to a city news release.
Beginning at 6 a.m. Monday, vehicles traveling 12 mph or more above the speed limit will be issued a $40 citation.
That amount will be reduced to $35 if the fine is paid within 10 days of the ticket being mailed.
There are no points associated with the citation, and it does not affect a person’s driving record, the release said.
Hagerstown officials said each of the city’s 15 school zones will be marked with signs warning drivers they are about to enter an area that is subject to photographic enforcement.