NY Traffic Courts
For court phone numbers, addresses, or directions, please try the NY traffic court directory.
We handle speeding tickets and other traffic tickets
across the entire state, from the tip of Long Island to Buffalo.
Call us at (888) 752-3383 if you might consider hiring a lawyer.
We get calls about traffic courts in all areas of New York State.
Most clients were ticketed on major highways, especially the interstates and the parkways.
Perhaps the center of all traffic court activity in New York State is the Traffic Violations Bureau system.
It covers New York City, part of Suffolk County, and the cities of Buffalo and Rochester.
We handle many TVB cases.
A lot of traffic court activity occurs in Westchester County, typically on I-95, I-87, I-287, I-684,
the Sprain Brook and the Hutchinson River Parkway. The busiest courts are Yonkers City Court,
White Plains City Court, Greenburgh Town Court, New Rochelle City Court and Harrison Town Court.
Another busy place for tickets is the long stretch of I-90 running from the Massachusetts border
to Buffalo and beyond. On the western side, Amherst Town Court and Cheektowaga Town Court in
Erie County appear quite hectic. We also get quite a few calls from Chautauqua County
about Poland Town Court, Dunkirk (city and town), Harmony, Pomfret and Portland.
Between Buffalo and Albany, some of the most active traffic courts include Syracuse City Court, Greece,
Henrietta, Manchester, Salina, LeRoy, Hamburg, Oswego, Gates and Brighton. There are plenty of others.
The greater Albany area generates speeding tickets on major highways including I-87, I-90, I-787, I-88,
and other busy roads such as Route 7, Route 9, and Route 20. In Albany County the busy courts include
Albany City Court, Colonie Town Court, Bethlehem, Guilderland, Coeymans/Ravena,
and the crowded Menands Village Court (stuffed with I-787 speeders).
Rensselaer County is filled with Troopers, writing I-90 speeding tickets for Schodack, East Greenbush
and North Greenbush, plus some Route 7 cases in Troy City Court. Further down I-90 is Columbia County,
with the infamous Chatham Town Court (a bad place to speed) and Canaan. Heading south on the Taconic,
it’s a bit of a roller coaster ride with deer popping out of the woods and deputies hiding in the nooks and crannies.
Passing Chatham takes you through Austerlitz, Ghent, Claverack, Gallatin and Taghkanic.
The road continues into Dutchess County, with Stanford, Milan, Clinton,
and East Fishkill. Milan was so crazy it was written up in the New York Times.
Just west of Albany, Schenectady County gets the most cases from I-90 in Rotterdam and Princetown,
with another bunch from I-88 in Duanesburg. Glenville gets a few cases from Route 5 and Route 50.
Further west is Montgomery County, with Florida, Glen, Root, and Minden.
Heading down the I-88 corridor toward Binghamton, Schoharie County gets cases in Schoharie Town Court,
Cobleskill and Richmondville. Further down I-88, Sidney Town Court catches more than a few flies.
Other courts we see in Delaware County include Hancock, Colchester and Deposit (on Route 17).
Broome County is a hotbed of speed traps, with I-88, I-81 and Route 17/I-86 all coming together in Binghamton.
We have handled many cases there, including Barker Town Court, Chenango, Dickinson, Kirkwood, Lisle,
Sanford, Triangle, Union and Windsor.
Going north from Albany on I-87, Saratoga County is swarming with Troopers,
starting at the U-turns just north of the Twin Bridges. Halfmoon, Clifton Park, Malta,
Saratoga Springs City Court, Wilton and Moreau are the most inviting to speeders.
The carnage continues in Warren County with Queensbury, Bolton, Chester (aka Chestertown)
and Glens Falls City Court. Further north is Essex County, with Schroon, Lewis,
North Hudson and Chesterfield. Finally, Clinton County is home to Ausable, Champlain, Chazy, Peru, and Plattsburgh.
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New York Traffic Courts