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Speeders targeted in all New York burroughs

New York City residents and visitors are all targets of the Mayor’s plan to eliminate pedestrian deaths in New York. There are many ways that the city’s law enforcement aims to achieve this goal including the development of designated slow zones with lowered speed limits and speed bumps or through the use of red light cameras as some intersections. Speeding is one of the primary violations that will be watched for in this effort to improve safety on the streets.

Increased fines and jail time sought for suspended license offenses

New York traffic law can be complex and change with the introduction of new legislation or amendments to existing laws. In addition, special programs like the Vision Zero effort launched by New York City’s mayor can bring increased oversight by law enforcement to specific violations. Whether speeding, driving under the influence, distracted driving or operating a motor vehicle with a suspended driver’s license, drivers can face a multitude of penalties.

Suspended license leads actor to police station

As the public becomes more and more aware of New York’s crackdown on speeding, it is still important to remain aware of the legal ramifications of other potential vehicular violations that one can be charged with. Driving with a suspended license is one such offense. Depending on the particular situation, fines or other penalties may apply to persons found guilty of operating a vehicle with a suspended driver’s license.

Motorcycle driver faces multiple charges including reckless driving

Speeding is one of the most targeted actions by New York law enforcement as of late. The Vision Zero program and other campaigns are clearly out to reduce the speed of drivers on New York roads. Speeding tickets can carry with them hefty fines, points on a driver’s license and even a driver’s license suspension. Certainly safety is a priority for all New Yorkers but so too is the need for a traffic ticket defense when faced with serious charges.

First of 25 arterials to have speed limit reduced is announced

A large percentage of licensed drivers have at one time or another received a traffic citation. Speeding tickets are among the most common type of tickets that drivers in New York receive. Even the safest of drivers can find themselves in a situation where they may receive a ticket for speeding. Depending upon the circumstances, only fines may be assessed but penalty points or even license suspensions can be ordered.

Number of tickets issued from cameras hits five-year low

Most of the time, drivers in New York operate vehicles safely and responsibly. Even when exceeding the speed limit, concern for safety can still exist. Certainly the risk of speeding tickets can work to keep speeds down for some motorists but slowing down may not always been sufficient or even possible and can lead to fines, points and other consequences.

Additional speed cameras sought in New York City

All around the streets of New York City, various slow zones or other anti-speeding efforts have been implemented over the course of several months. Drivers who are found exceeding the speed limit may be liable for speeding tickets and resulting fines, points and even driver’s license suspensions. The consequences of vehicular traffic tickets can be harsh and leave drivers looking for help.

Speeding Manhattan driver refused license and passport

By now, every New York resident has likely heard of the mayor’s Vision Zero plan. This, along with other programs such as the slow zones, is part of a larger effort to improve safety on New York City streets for motorists, cyclists and pedestrians alike. Part of achieving this goal includes the issuing of many speeding tickets or other traffic citations. Drivers who face fines for speeding may also be subject to license suspension and other consequences.

New York cracks down on jaywalkers in effort to reduce fatalities

New York City drivers and pedestrians navigate some of the busiest and most congested streets in the country on a daily basis. Cab drivers, bus drivers, commercial trucks, cars, bicyclists and a slew of pedestrians must share the roads as safely as possible. New York traffic law is firmly in place to guide behaviors and keep people safe.

City issues 900 speeding tickets from cameras in two weeks

New York area residents are in the throes of winter now. Dealing with weather and road conditions adds a lot to drivers’ responsibilities. This is all in addition to the city’s crackdown on speeding and other traffic violations. The news media has been reporting on the multiple programs regularly for several months now so that drivers in the area should be getting familiar with the situation.

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