Albany, N.Y. - Changes to New York's limousine laws are now just a signature away from becoming official.
Lawmakers approved a package of bills yesterday that will soon be signed off on by Governor Cuomo. Included in the legislation is a requirement there be enough seat belts in a limo for all passengers to use. Another measure would allow the state to remove potentially dangerous vehicles from the road.
Limousine safety has been a major topic in the Legislature since the October 2018 limo crash in Schoharie that killed 20 people; including a SUNY Oswego Professor.