More traffic cameras are planned for NYC

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More cameras will be watching New York City drivers.

The NYC Department of Transportation is planning on installing 120 addition cameras. The Legislature passed a measure earlier in the year allowing for the additional speed cameras in New York City and on Long Island. Governor Cuomo is expected to sign the bill soon.

NYC DOT Commissioner Polly Trottenberg says the city is also considering signs at the intersections that have speed cameras. The law does not require signage for speed cameras. Signs are required for bus lane enforcement.

The city may also put up signs in places without cameras to encourage safe driving.

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