MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Md. (FOX 5 DC) - If you have a lead foot, you may want to pay more attention when you’re driving in Montgomery County. According to a new report from AAA, Montgomery County generates the most money from speed camera violations in Maryland.
During the past fiscal year, the report shows that the county collected more than $15 million in revenue. That’s nearly 25 percent of the $64 million the state collected in traffic fines.
Baltimore City was right behind Montgomery County, collecting nearly $10 million, according to the report. Prince George’s County came in third place, followed by Baltimore County and College Park.
Check out the complete list below:
- Montgomery County: $15,954,868
- Baltimore City: $9.6 million
- Prince George’s County: $6,894,036
- Baltimore County: $5,651,371
- College Park: $2,724,254
- Gaithersburg: $2,174,823
- Rockville: $1,811,724
- Laurel: $1,427,991
- Charles County: $1,407,500
- Salisbury: $1,325,771
- Takoma Park: $1,244,994
- Howard County: $1,190,187
For more information on the report, click here.