StreetsPoll: June 8, 2016

On June 9, hundreds of New Yorkers organized by Transportation Alternatives will gather on the steps of City Hall to demand passage of the Every School Speed Safety Camera Act, a bill introduced in the State Assembly by Assemblywoman Deborah Glick. If passed and signed into law, it would provide for speed safety cameras at all of New York City's 2,000+ schools, and would remove restrictions on the cameras' days and hours of operation – likely saving dozens of lives each and every year. Will the Legislature and Governor hear our call for safer streets at #EverySchool?

Will Albany take action on life-saving speed safety cameras before the legislative session ends this month? What's your prediction?

Albany will increase the number of cameras, but not for #EverySchool.
I'm an optimist. Albany will authorize cameras for #EverySchool AND remove time-of-day restrictions!
Albany won't increase the number of cameras, but will loosen time-of-day restrictions.
Come on, it's Albany. There won't be any action on cameras this session.
Albany will allow speed safety cameras at #EverySchool, but time-of-day restrictions will remain.

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