There could soon be cameras in some work zones across Indiana to catch drivers going too fast.
On Tuesday, a state Senate committee passed a bill that would do just that. Drivers’ penalties would arrive at their home by mail, the bill says.
State Sen. Jon Ford, a Republican from Terre Haute, says INDOT could have up to four pilot program locations with speed cameras on interstates.
The bill says the drivers would get the penalty for traveling 11 mph over the work site’s speed limit. The full Senate could advance the measure early next week.