Saturday, August 28, 2010
New truck legislation increases fines
From CBS 2:
The New York City Council is cracking down on truck drivers.
The Council’s Transportation Committee has proposed new legislation that would ban tractor trailors from parking on residential streets.
The bill would increase fines to $250 for the first offense and $500 for each subsequent offense in a six-month period.
A) Trucks are already banned from residential streets.
B) You can write all the regulations you want, it doesn't help if you lack the manpower to enforce the law.