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New York State Pedestrian Safety Action Plan Goes Into Effect Today
A new multi-agency initiative is going into effect today to improve pedestrian safety in upstate New York and Long Island....
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Nine Surprising Facts About DUI in New York
Getting arrested for DWI/DUI in New York or New Jersey is no joke. Potential consequences include jail time, hefty fines,...
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Truck Drivers Arrested in NJ for E-ZPass Toll Evasion Scam
Police pulled over 37-year-old Francisco Reyes-Rodriguez last month after his Freightliner truck passed through an E-ZPass lane without paying the...
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Supreme Court Finds Extending Traffic Stops without Cause is Unconstitutional
On April 21st, the Supreme Court held in Rodriguez v. United States that the police may not prolong a traffic stop...
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New Laws Expand on Mayor DeBlasio's "Vision Zero"
Recently, NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio signed close to a dozen bills designed to improve traffic safety in New York....
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Bike Tickets on the Rise in Manhattan and Brooklyn
According to the Daily News, the number of NY traffic tickets issued to bicyclists for breaking the rules of the...
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City Posts New "No Parking" Signs Then Tickets Cars Already Parked There
Recently, drivers on a local Manhattan street say they saw city workers post brand new “No Parking” signs and immediately...
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What Is New York’s Clean Pass Program?
The Clean Pass program combines three New York State agencies, the State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT), the State Department of...
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Are U.S Postal Service Workers Immune To Traffic Tickets?
The short answer is no. You may have seen police officers violating traffic laws in non-emergency situations, such as officers...
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Suffolk County Traffic and Parking Violations Authority Is Open For Business
We reported previously that Suffolk County was changing the way they handle traffic violations beginning April 1, 2013.  As of...
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