According to a recent report by WKBW, these are the five locales that generate the most revenue in their municipal courts from speeding tickets: Kenmore, City of Buffalo, Town of Tonawanda, Amherst, and Cheektowaga.

WKBW reports:

  • Buffalo Police wrote 4,500 speeding tickets in the last year, bringing in more than $748,000 to the city treasury.

  • In the suburbs, the Town of Tonawanda is tops with an average of 6,500 tickets per year...which last year helped bring in $2 million in court revenue.

  • Amherst was right behind with 5,600 tickets, bringing in $3 million.

  • Cheektowaga writes 4,700 tickets each year, generating 2 million in revenue.

And Kenmore tops the list, with $484,000 coming from speeding tickets written in the 1 square mile area that makes up the village.

Check out the full list here.

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