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To prevent motorists from speeding and reduce the number of car accidents, the city of New York is considering warning signs for speed cameras

Speed_cameras.jpgPrevious studies have shown that warning signs for speed cameras help slow down speeding drivers and the city of New York is looking at this option according to the Department of Transportation Commissioner Polly Trottenberg.

Today there are only 20 speed cameras in the city but a recent legislation was passed to add 200 more speed cameras in the city and in Long Island.

Currently, the locations of existing cameras have not been released and warning signs don’t publicize them. Adding to that the current legislation that expands the camera program specifically excuses the use of warning signs for future camera installations.

Read more in the Wall Street Journal Blog

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