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MTA set to expand camera enforcement

The agency says it will be extending automated $50 tickets to those blocking bus stops and double parking along bus routes.

Adolfo Carrion

Dec 1, 2023, 10:23 PM

Updated 228 days ago

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The MTA is planning on expanding camera enforcement against drivers that slow down buses starting in 2024.  
The agency says it will be extending automated $50 tickets to those blocking bus stops and double parking along bus routes. In May 2024, the MTA will activate expanded camera enforcement on 500 buses across 14 routes in the city.  
It says that by the end of next year this enforcement will be deployed on 400 more buses that are currently lacking cameras.  


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