Locations of Nassau speed cameras released

On the first day of school, automated speed cameras will be enforced outside of Dutch Broadway School, 1880 Dutch Broadway, in Elmont.


Automated Speed Camera Enforcement Program

The state law will be enforced in September with the start of school.  All tickets issued over the summer will be forgiven and any paid violation will be refunded.

[Via Newsday]

Here are the locations for fixed and mobile speed cameras in Nassau County:

East Meadow High School, 101 Carman Ave., East Meadow

Dutch Broadway School, 1880 Dutch Broadway, Elmont

John Street School, 560 Nassau Blvd., Franklin Square

Our Lady of Mercy School, 520 S. Oyster Bay Rd., Hicksville

Lido Elementary School, 237 Lido Blvd., Long Beach

Lynbrook North Middle School, 529 Merrick Rd., Lynbrook

Unqua Elementary School, 350 Unqua Rd., Massapequa

Chatterton School, 108 Merrick Ave., Merrick

Camp Avenue School, 1712 Merrick Ave., N. Merrick

Schwarting Elementary School, Jerusalem Avenue and Flower Road, Plainedge

Parkway School, 300 Manetto Hill Rd., Plainview

Centennial Avenue Elementary School, 140 W. Centennial Ave., Roosevelt

Seaford High School, 1575 Seamans Neck Rd., Seaford

Baylis Elementary School, 580 Woodbury Rd., Syosset

St. Brigid/Our Lady of Hope School, 101 Maple Ave., Westbury

Albany Avenue Elementary School, 101 N. Albany Ave., Farmingdale

Franklin School, 335 S. Franklin St., Hempstead

Howard T. Herber Middle School, 75 Ocean Ave., Malverne

Oceanside High School, 3160 Skillman Ave., Oceanside

Valley Stream Central High School, 135 Fletcher Ave., Valley Stream

Howitt School, 70 Vancott Ave., Farmingdale

Glen Cove High School, 150 Dosoris Lane, Glen Cove

Great Neck North Middle School, 77 Polo Rd., Great Neck

Mattlin Middle School, 100 Washington Ave., Plainview

Paul D. Schreiber Senior High School, 101 Campus Dr., Port Washington

Turtle Hook Middle School, Uniondale

William A. Shine, Great Neck South High School

Garden City High School, 177 Rockaway Ave, Garden City

Nassau also will operate four mobile cameras this week — at Oceanside High School; Wheeler Avenue Elementary School and Robert W. Carbonaro Elementary School, both in Valley Stream; and Franklin Elementary School in Hempstead.

Click here for a map and full list of speed camera locations, as of Oct. 3, 2014.

[Via Newsday]

How it works

“As a vehicle passes the technology instrument, the speed is recorded. If the vehicle speed exceeds the posted speed limit by more than 10MPH, two images of the rear of the vehicle are taken. The date, time, speed and location of the violation is recorded on the digital image.” [Nassau County, Parking & Traffic Violations Agency]

For a comprehensive review of Nassau County’s Speed Safety Program such as more info on how it works, when a School Speed Zone will be enforced and what steps to take to contest a violation (if necessary), visit Nassau’s Help Page for Traffic & Parking Violations.


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