NYC School Zone Speed Camera Enforcement Expansion Starts ThursdayThe change is part of a new state law.
Drivers Beware: NYC Expands Speed Camera Program In All School ZonesThe speed cameras will be calibrated to give you a ticket if you go 36 miles an hour or higher. That's 11 miles over the speed limit.
Nassau County Lawmakers Repeal Speed Camera ProgramCounty Executive Ed Mangano has warned of painful spending cuts to help fill the $30 million budget gap created by the speed camera repeal.
Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano Lists Options For Plugging Budget Hole If Speed Cameras RepealedThe Legislature is expected to unanimously approve a repeal of Nassau's controversial speed camera program Monday.
Nassau County School Zone Speed Cameras Likely To Be RepealedNassau County Republicans have now joined Democrats in calls to repeal the law.
Suffolk County Nixes Speed Cameras In School ZonesCounty Executive Steve Bellone said Monday that he and county legislators have decided to nix the idea.
Nassau County Lawmakers Demand Suspension Of School Zone Speed CamerasDemocratic legislators in Nassau County are calling for the troubled speed camera program aimed at catching speeders in school zones to be stopped until its signage problems can be corrected.
Nassau Residents Complain About School-Zone Speeding Tickets In SummerThe pilot speed-camera program is generating a lot of complaints from motorists, who say they had no idea school speed zones are in effect in the summer.
Legislation Could Mean More Speed Cameras For NYC, Long IslandLegislation introduced in Albany dramatically expands the number of speed cameras in New York City, and lets Nassau and Suffolk counties install them too.
Speed Cameras May Be Headed For Long Island School ZonesIn an effort to combat speeding drivers, Gov. Andrew Cuomo is asking lawmakers to approve requests from Nassau and Suffolk counties for a camera at each of the island's 125 school districts.
Officials Look For Ways To Reduce Speeding Around NYC SchoolsSen. Jeff Klein (D-Bronx/Westchester) said speeding is a real problem in the city, but it can be especially dangerous around schools.
Exclusive: School Zone DangerWalking 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.