As part of the Vision Zero Initiative to reduce the number of traffic related deaths and personal injuries, the NYPD launched yesterday a two-day citywide crackdown on speeding
The police started yesterday a two-day crackdown on speeding in NYC. Every month in New York there are approximately 250 traffic accidents related to unsafe speed. In their announcement the police say that drivers should adhere to newly created “arterial slow zones” and “school zones” throughout the city where speed limits are reduced to 25 and 20 miles per hour respectively. If they don’t, they could be fined anywhere between $90 and $600 and receive a 3 to 11 points on their license, police warned.
Read more in DNA New York