NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Since the coronavirus pandemic lockdown started in March, more drivers are speeding on New York City streets, according to a new report from AAA.

The organization says there was an increase in speed-camera violations from mid-March to May citywide.

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Manhattan saw the largest jump in daily violations, up nearly 150% from the previous two months.

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A West Village camera located southbound on West Street near Leroy Street ticketed the most drivers with about 381 per day.

Before the pandemic, it was only around 50.

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Experts say drivers were more tempted to speed with the empty roads.