Norway, New York
Norway is the name of a small and rural town in Herkimer County, New York. It lies just south of the vast Adirondack Park. Like many towns in this county, they are named after European geographic entities. As of April of 2022, the town’s population was just 850. Dairy production is a major part of Norway’s economy. Three hamlets makeup Norway. They are known as Gray, Hurricane, and Norway.
Traffic Tickets in Norway, New York
Traffic violations issued in Norway often stem from New York State Route 8 and County Route 111. NYS-8 passes through the north-west corner of town. It runs north-east and south-west. CR-111 (Newport-Gray Road) is the town’s arterial central road, which runs north and south. CR-111 passes through the hamlets of Gray and Norway.
There is no local police department in Norway. Traffic patrols are conducted by the New York State Police and the Herkimer County Sheriff’s Department. They issue traffic citations answerable to the Norway Town Court. A typical traffic violation in Norway is for speeding. The speed limit fluctuates between 55 and 30 miles per hour, with the latter occurring in the hamlets and on certain narrow roads.
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