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Probe into police escort for high-speed sports car caravan continues

Much of the Tri-State area is abuzz this morning over reports that two New Jersey State Police troopers have been suspended without pay amid allegations that they provided a speeding caravan with an unauthorized police escort last month.

Questions raised after traffic stop of New Jersey legislator

A New Jersey lawmaker is currently embroiled in something of a political scandal following revelations that he asked a state trooper who pulled him over on his way to the Statehouse to give him a break on a speeding ticket.

Legislation calls for speeding cameras in NYC

Back in February, our blog discussed how safety advocates, concerned citizens and city officials all packed a joint meeting of the City Council's Transportation and Public Safety Committees to discuss such important matters as reckless driving/speeding and the adequacy of current efforts to combat speeding-related fatalities.

Court workers refuse to let man pay $160 speeding ticket with spare change

Many people who feel as if they have been unjustly issued parking tickets or speeding tickets elect to lodge some sort of informal protest designed to show the state or local government how they truly feel. Sometimes this takes the form of mailing a nasty letter with the ticket and payment, voicing their frustrations directly to a government official or simply refusing to pay the ticket altogether.

Safety group says NYPD not doing enough to combat speeding

Over the past year, the Department of Transportation has been making a concerted effort to crack down on certain dangerous and illegal driving practices by New Yorkers, including texting while driving, drunk driving and even driving with tinted windows. To date, these enforcement efforts have been successful, very likely contributing to the record low in traffic fatalities reached in 2011. However, some safety advocates are now arguing that these stepped up enforcement efforts have somehow managed to overlook a major cause of many serious and fatal accidents -- speeding.

Once, twice, three times a speeding ticket for one driver

It's happened to quite a few of us. You have to jump behind the wheel of your car and rush to work, school, the airport or a doctor's appointment because you were either late getting up or simply lost track of time. However, if you tried a little too hard to make up for lost time while navigating roads and freeways, you may have found yourself in the crosshairs of a law enforcement official who is more than willing to give you a speeding ticket.

List ranks NYC No. 1 for speed traps

Last fall, our blog reported on a list released by The National Motorists Association (NMA) -- a nonprofit organization "dedicated to ... stopping the use of traffic tickets to generate revenue" -- ranking the U.S. cities with the highest number of so-called speeding traps.

Russian PM Putin calls for greater enforcement of traffic rules

If you've ever taken a trip to Washington, D.C., you may have seen all traffic come to a complete halt and a phalanx of law enforcement personnel making sure that the road stays clear so that the sleek, black limousine of a politician or dignitary can go speeding by.

Lawsuit alleges that cop ticketed woman, then asked her to dinner

Most people who are issued speeding tickets are understandably frustrated and likely don't expect -- or want to -- see the police officer who issued them the traffic citation ever again. However, a recently filed lawsuit by a Chicagoland woman claims that the police officer who issued her a speeding ticket made an unwanted and unwarranted communication after sending her on her way.

Report: London Olympics will create 'perfect traffic storm'

This summer, people all over the globe will be traveling to London for the 2012 summer Olympics. While most of these guests will busy watching the various events, visiting the requisite tourist destinations, and having the time of their lives, native Londoners may be in for a bit of shock. Specifically, their ability to go speeding to and from work, school, and the store may be severely limited.

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