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Los Angeles City Council officially terminates red light camera program

In vehicle traffic law news, the list of over 500 U.S. cities that utilize some form of red light camera program got the slightest bit shorter this past week when the city of Los Angles officially declared that it was hitting the "off" button.

NYC to utilize remote-controlled traffic signals to combat Midtown traffic

In vehicle traffic law news, New York City officially unveiled its newest weapon in the fight against Midtown traffic congestion earlier this week: a real-time, remote-controlled system that allows city engineers to control the flow of traffic.

DMV: Seat belt use at record level in New York

For those unfamiliar with New York's vehicle traffic laws, it's important to know that the state does not hesitate to hand out citations and assess points against motorists' driving records in the name of public safety.

Safety group urges complete ban on texting while driving, more restrictions for younger drivers

Here in New York, we have some fairly strict vehicle traffic laws governing the use of cell phones while driving and the practice of texting while driving. Specifically, both are considered primary offenses, meaning they are illegal and any law enforcement official in the state can currently stop and ticket a motorist for either offense.

'Hail no, this plan must go!' Yellow cab drivers take to the streets to protest proposed livery cab legislation

A controversial new vehicle traffic law currently being considered by the state legislature is generating headlines throughout New York City, and has even resulted in hundreds of taxi drivers taking to the streets in open protest.

New York bill makes distracted driving a primary offense

In 2001, New York legislators passed a bill which banned texting while driving as "distracted driving" became a national focus in terms of roadway safety. The initial law made distracted driving a secondary offense, meaning that it could not be the basis of a traffic stop, but once pulled over, a driver could also be fined $100 for their cell phone use.

New York State Police announce results of annual 'Click It or Ticket' campaign

In vehicle traffic law news, officials with the New York State Police have officially announced the results of this year's "Click It or Ticket" campaign, which ran from May 23 through June 5. Now, in its tenth year, the program is designed to remind both motorists and vehicle occupants of the importance of wearing a seat belt through increased patrols/checkpoints.

Study: New York drivers rank 45th in nation when it comes to knowing the rules of the road

Earlier this week, GMAC Insurance released the results of a nationwide test designed to measure the average motorist's knowledge of vehicle traffic laws. The results? You may want to reconsider that road trip to the nation's capital.

New York kicks off annual 'Click It or Ticket' campaign

In vehicle traffic law news, Monday marked the official start of the "Click It or Ticket" campaign in the state of New York. Now, in its tenth year, the program is designed to remind both motorists and vehicle occupants of the importance of wearing a seat belt through stepped up enforcement.

New York lawmakers moving to enact stricter texting while driving ban

In 2009, the New York State Assembly enacted a comprehensive and ambitious package of vehicle traffic laws designed to cut down on the number of series and fatal accidents - especially among teen drivers.

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