City's No Honking Signs Make Quiet Exit
The city may be giving up the fight against horn honking.
Department of Transportation crews have been removing signs that warn drivers against unnecessary honking.
The $350 fine is still on the books but the law is so rarely enforced the city has decided to remove the signs in an effort to reduce clutter.
A spokesman for the DOT says 311 complaints about unnecessary honking have decreased by 63 percent over the last five years.