As if these potholes weren't bad enough there is another headache coming our way for all the drivers in Buffalo.

Several school zones in Buffalo have cameras that capture a vehicle's info if it's traveling 10 mph or higher above the 15 mph speed limit.

According to WGRZ, "City of Buffalo lawmakers have received many complaints. North District Councilman Joseph Golombek heard from someone who said they "honestly didn't know" they were driving in a school zone until halfway through it.

The Buffalo Common Council approved a resolution to extend the grace period until February 29. They believe drivers need more warning indicators. University District Councilman would like to see flashing lights to warn drivers of the speed limit, enforcement during arrival and dismissal times only and possibly increasing the speed limit to 20 mph."

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