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Cameras Will Start Ticketing Motorists Who Block Bus Lanes Along 125th St.

By Gustavo Solis | January 29, 2016 6:19pm | Updated on January 31, 2016 6:19pm
 On Monday, the Department of Transportation will start using cameras to enforce bus lane rules along 125th Street. Motorists blocking the lanes during designated hours will be ticketed.
On Monday, the Department of Transportation will start using cameras to enforce bus lane rules along 125th Street. Motorists blocking the lanes during designated hours will be ticketed.
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HARLEM — Smile, you’re on bus lane camera.

Starting Monday, the Department of Transportation will begin issuing $115 violations to motorists caught blocking the bus lane along 125th Street.

Tickets will be issued to motorists who block the lanes during designated hours. The DOT has spent two months informing motorists about the new camera enforcement.

Citywide, there are five other bus lanes with camera enforcement, including the M15 route along First and Second Avenues.

The other routes are the Bx12 in Fordham Road, M34 along 34th Street, B44 along Nostrand Avenue, and the S79 along Hylan Boulevard-Richmond Avenue, according to the DOT.