Bath, New York
Bath is the name of a town and village in Steuben County, New York. The village of Bath is within the town of Bath. The town is large and rural, measuring close to one hundred square miles. The total population between town and village is around twelve thousand with around half living in the village. The village is the county seat, meaning it contains all the government offices of Steuben County.
Traffic Tickets in Bath, New York
The town and village each have their own justice court and both handle traffic violations in their respective jurisdictions. The village has its own police force and the town is policed by the New York State Police and Steuben County Sheriff’s Department.
Most traffic tickets for the town originate from Interstate 86 (Southern Tier Expressway). The speed limit is 65 mph and New York State Troopers issue speeding tickets to drivers going substantially over the speed limit. Tickets in the village mostly stem from violations on local village roads. These roads include New York State Route 54 (Geneva Street) and New York State Route 415 (Washington Street).
Many commercial truck drivers that pass through Bath are cited with an overweight vehicle ticket. These overweight tickets (VTL 385-8, 385-9, 385-10). are issued at weighing stations. The fines involved with these violations are excruciatingly high. Visit our dedicated page on overweight tickets for more information
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office
For any traffic violation in Bath you can contact the Benjamin Goldman Law Office. It is a good idea to contact an attorney before you do anything on your own. The Benjamin Goldman Law Office offers a free 10-minute consultation for any New York traffic violation.The Benjamin Goldman Law Office helps motorists thorough the Southern Tier Region and in Bath. We have obtained serious reductions on behalf of our clients. Feel free to reach out to our firm.