Alden is the name of a town and village in Erie County, New York. The village is within the town. As of July of 2020, the total population was 10,843. Alden is on the outskirts of Buffalo, and around thirty minutes from the downtown of the city.
A large number of traffic stops for speeding take place on Broadway (US-20). Going west to east, the US-20 is multiple lanes and the speed limit is 55 mph. As the road enters the village, the lanes are reduced and the speed limit is reduced to 45 mph. A short distance later, the speed limit is lowered further to 30 mph. Broadway is a speed trap for motorists not paying close attention to the speed limit signs.
Other important avenues in Alden are Sandridge Road (CR-113), Genesee Street (NYS-33), Walden Avenue, West Main Street (CR-346), Exchange Street (CR-578), Crittenden Road (CR-1), Westwood Road (CR-343), North Road (CR-166), Two Rod Road (CR-547), and County Line Road.
Roads in Alden are patrolled by New York State Police or Erie County Sheriffs, both of which conduct traffic stops. The ticket is adjudicated in the town court or the village court, depending on the exact location of the alleged violation.
For any traffic related matter in Alden, you can contact the Benjamin Goldman Law Office. We are New York State traffic ticket defense firm. Our firm has obtained substantial reductions or dismissals on behalf of our clients in the Erie County justice courts. The Benjamin Goldman Law Office provides a complimentary consultation to motorists that have received a traffic violation in Alden.
Town of Alden Justice Court
Mailing Address: PO Box 180, Alden, New York 14004
Physical Address: 3311 Wende Road, Alden, NY 14004
Phone: (716) 937-6969
Fax: (716) 937-9587
Town Justices: Hon. Christopher Cummings & Hon. Larry LaDuca
Court Clerks: Sarah Miller & Nicole Braun
Town Prosecutor: Matthew B. Herdzik, Jr. Esq.
Village of Alden Justice Court
Address: 13336 Broadway, Alden, New York 14004
Phone: (716) 937-9216
Village Justices: Hon. Michael Cole & Hon. Robert F. Woods
Court Clerk: Diane Casell
Prosecutor: Chris Trapp, Esq.