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NYC Speed Cameras Likely to be Running 24/7 Through 2025
NYC Speed Cameras Likely to be Running 24/7 Through 2025

May 20, 2022 By Christian Murray

The city’s speed cameras are likely to be in operation 24/7 starting July 1—now that an agreement has been struck between state lawmakers and the mayor’s office.

Mayor Eric Adams issued a statement Thursday saying that state legislators plan to introduce legislation that will permit speed cameras to be in operation 24/7, 365 days a year for another three years.

“Make no mistake about it, this is a major victory for New Yorkers that will save lives and help stem the tide of traffic violence that has taken too many,” he said in a statement.

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NYC Apartment Vacancy Rate Jumps Up, But ‘Housing Emergency’ Status Survives

New York City has more vacant apartments overall than it did five years ago even as units with monthly rents under $1,500 have dried up, according to a new report that also shows maintenance issues are surging across the board.

The highly anticipated 2021 Housing and Vacancy Survey (HVS) arrived a year late on Tuesday, delayed by the pandemic. A 91-page summary analysis of the report from the city Department of Housing Preservation and Development paints a vivid picture of the rental landscape across the five boroughs, the places where renters live — and what they can afford.