7 Ekim 2014 Salı

Politician ATM (I mean speed ticket camera) found to create $77,000 dollars a day in speeding ticket in Brooklyn

New York News

According to the Department of Transportation’s own statistics, one speed camera in Brooklyn, New York made $77,550 on one of their “best” days.

On July 7th of this year, a camera located near Ocean Parkway at the end of a 400-foot exit ramp in Brooklyn sent out 1,551 $50 tickets, generating $77,550 in state revenue.

According to The Department of Transportation, the city of New York alone has 20 speed cameras already in place, and since the beginning of this year, those cameras have have issued over 183,000 tickets and generated over $9.2 million in revenue.

Within the next year, the agency plans to install at least another hundred cameras in various areas throughout the city.

The politicians are insisting that this has nothing to do with money, but is purely intended to save lives, especially those of children.


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