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Speeding is Worst in the Bronx

The speed limit in NYC is 25 MPH. In many city neighborhoods, drivers are going a lot faster than that, in some cases more than twice as fast.

The New York Post did a study of driver speeding and found that St. Joseph’s Way in Throgs Neck attracts the fastest driving in the City.  The average speed is a scary 64 MPH in a 25 MPH zone.  This is not too far from Dewey Avenue where drivers log a 62 MPH average speed, the City’s second fastest street.

Other speedy spots in the City are on the East Meadow Lake Bridge in Queens, averaging 62 MPH and Bensonhurst and Gravesend in Brooklyn where the average driving speed is 58 MPH.

Read the full June 11, 2018 story by Danielle Furfaro in the NEW YORK POST…

 

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