Speed cameras coming to Long Island By Dan Katz • May 1, 2014 TweetShareGoogle+Email Credit AP Photo The New York State Senate and the Assembly have approved a measure to send more than 200 speed cameras to Long Island and New York City. That includes 69 cameras in Suffolk County and 56 in Nassau County. Listen Listening... / 1:19 Tags: speed camerasSuffolk CountyNassau CountyNew York State SenateNew York AssemblyGovernor Andrew CuomoTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content Red light cameras reducing accidents 40% By Charles Lane • Nov 13, 2013 Associated Press A lot of Long Islanders have gotten tickets for ignoring red lights. There were nearly 740,000 citations in 2011, the last year for which data is available. That's one in three drivers. The cameras have resulted in some $30 million dollars a year in revenue for both Suffolk and Nassau counties. Connecticut has flirted with the idea of installing red light cameras, but none so far. WSHU recently had a looked at the data behind the cameras on Long Island and reports that, though people may resent paying the fine, they do make intersections safer.