The city’s speed camera program hit a bump in Albany late Wednesday.
The Assembly voted to nearly double the city’s speed camera program from 140 to 290 — most in the vicinity of about a third of New York City schools.
But the state Senate didn’t act on the issue before adjourning — meaning no extra cameras are coming.
Mayor de Blasio has pushed for the additional cameras as a part of his Vision Zero plan to reduce traffic causalities around the city. The current speed cameras around the city have issued about a million tickets per year in both 2015 and 2016. Read more at NY POST.