© Ban The Cams!
One apparent byproduct of bringing cashless tolling to bridges and tunnels in the New York area is the apparent rise in motorists driving around with fake license plates.
When approaching the vehicle, the trooper observed something strange about the license plate. The letters on the license plate were not raised, like they’re supposed to be.
Red-light running is on the rise and last month marked the deadliest February for traffic deaths in New York City since at least 2008, according to a new report.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams is cracking down on police officers using their cell phones while on duty, all while rampant crime continues to rock the Big Apple under his leadership.
Vision Zero disciples punish us with lower speed limits, speed cameras, congestion pricing, residential parking permits, increased parking fees and other measures.
New Yorkers with aftermarket exhaust systems may want to be extra careful because a law now has a new enforcement tool designed to spot noisemakers.
According to MTA Inspector General Carolyn Pokorny, the agency will not be able to handle the increase in complaints due to congestion pricing.
Fines have been increased for knowingly covering or coating license plates with material or substance that conceals, obscures or distorts the plates by any part of the vehicle.
Using automated devices to catch people who are exceedingly noisy seems to push us deeper into the world of Big Brother than we should ever go.