New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Sunday announced a weeklong crackdown targeting speeders and aggressive drivers around the state.
New Jersey State police are teaming up with law enforcement across the country for the “I-80 Challenge Highway Safety Initiative.”
The first round of cameras will be installed near schools where it’s been documented that at least 75 percent of drivers broke the speed limit, the city announced.
Sen. Jeff Klein (D-Bronx/Westchester) said speeding is a real problem in the city, but it can be especially dangerous around schools.
Authorities said Tuesday that troopers also investigated 281 accidents including fatal crashes in West Hartford and North Stonington over the three-day Memorial Day weekend.
The lawyer for Assemblyman Stephen Katz (R-Westchester/Putnam) says there were difficulties in proving he had marijuana when he was stopped March 12 on the state Thruway near Albany.
Starting Monday, local law enforcement will be cracking down on drivers in construction zones along the New York State Thruway, WCBS 880′s Marla Diamond reported.
Arrests were up in every category, from drunk driving to speeding, according to the Connecticut State Police.
The Department of Transportation is trying something new to slow drivers down. Electronic signs are popping up throughout the city as part of a scare tactic to get drivers to stop speeding.
Police arrested Tennessee Titans wide receiver Kenny Britt in his hometown of Bayonne, N.J., after an officer reported seeing him speeding.
Three people are dead and two others are injured in a horrific crash that happened early Saturday on Route 22 in New Jersey.
It’s not just the police who want the drivers to slow down in Clarkstown.
Police said they found a loaded semiautomatic gun in a rear door of the $250,000-plus car after it was stopped for speeding.
Walking to school is healthy and “green.” It’s also getting safer. Accident rates for school-age pedestrians have been dropping in recent years. So you might be surprised to know where kids can be most at risk: in school zones.
The Department of Transportation announced the new initiative on Thursday and said that the efforts will create safer New York streets.