Transportation Commissioner Ydanis Rodriguez is “optimistic” that legislators in Albany will finally vote this year to give New York City full control over its speed camera program following the road deaths of 12 people in the span of a week, he told reporters Tuesday.
“We have a lot of new energy going on,” Rodriguez said during a press conference at the Manhattan intersection where a 21-year-old NYU student Raife Milligan was killed last week by an allegedly intoxicated driver.
“I’m optimistic that before the end of this session, we can be able to see expansion of the speed cameras.”
The appointee of Mayor Eric Adams said
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