Nunda, New York
Nunda (pronounced “none-day”) is a town and village in Livingston County, New York. The village is within the town. The name “Nunda” was derived from the local Seneca Native American Tribe. In their language, “nunda” means “where the valley meets the hills.Nunda covers thirty-seven square miles in total. The area of the town is considered part of the Finger Lakes region and the Western New York region. Nunda is around fifty miles south of Rochester and around sixty miles southeast of Buffalo. Along with the village, the town encompasses several hamlets. They are Barkertown, Coopersville and Dalton.
As of June of 2022, the population of the town and village combined was 3,018. The population of Nunda peaked in the 1840’s at around four thousand residents. The main cause of growth was the development of the Genesee Valley Canal. It was over 100 miles long, connecting the Erie Canal in Rochester with the Allegheny River. The subsequent development of railroads made the Genesee Valley Canal obsolete. This historic transportation corridor is now being transformed into the “Genesee Valley Greenway”, a 90-mile multi-use trail.
Traffic Tickets in Nunda, New York
All traffic violations issued in Nunda are adjudicated by the combined town and village court. The court is located on Massachusetts Street in the Village of Nunda. The court deals with a wide range of traffic related charges originating from citations issued by the New York State Police and the Livingston County Sheriff’s Department. The most common charge in Nunda is speeding. Other violations like unsafe passing and improper use of hazard lights are cited as well.
The two main roads in Nunda generate most of the town’s traffic violations. These roads are New York State Route 408 (NYS-408) and New York State Route 436 (Nunda-Dansville Road). NYS-408 and NYS-436 intersect in the middle of the village. NYS-408 runs north-south along the western boundary. NYS-436 runs east-west. Heading east via NYS-436 brings you to North Dansville / Dansville and the passing interstate, I-390. Taking NYS-408 north eventually brings you to Mount Morris. NYS-408 intersects with New York State Route 70 (NYS-70) in the southwestern corner of town. The NYS-70 follows the railroad that heads west and southeast.
If you were issued a ticket in Nunda it is probably imperative that you speak with a traffic attorney from our firm. Depending on the circumstances, we may be able to get your ticket dismissed entirely, with no points and no fine.
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