Speed Week In Nyack

Dated: 08/04/2017

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"Speed Week" began 2 days ago and will continue until August 8th. During that time, local police and New York State Troopers in marked AND unmarked cars will beginning pulling people over for an initiative in order to keep you and other people on the roads safe.


Governor Cuomo stated the logic behind the crackdown on his website: 

“Speeding and reckless driving is unsafe and the cause of far too many avoidable tragedies…I urge all New Yorkers to drive responsibly, stay within the speed limit and join us in helping to keep our roads safe for motorists, passengers and pedestrians alike.”

During the first “Speed Week” campaign in June, New York State Police officers wrote 21,864 speeding tickets. We can probably expect at least that many to be written this time around, and possibly more.  So, pass it along to your friends and family, and, as always, stay safe on the roads.



Diane Mitchell

I am a Licensed Real Estate Associate Broker and work full time helping people to achieve their dreams of home ownership or their dreams of selling their home or both. I love working with buyers and s....

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