On February 3, 2014, the plaintiff collided with a Town of Java snowplow truck when the truck was turning left in front of the plaintiff to do its snowplowing/salting activities. The plaintiff claimed reckless and improper signage of the intersection. Defendant’s motion for summary judgment was granted pursuant to Vehicle and Traffic Law § 1103(b) that there was no question of fact that the Town driver in fact did not act with reckless disregard for the safety of others and that the existing road signs where the result of a rationale governmental planning decision for which the municipality was immune from liability. The complaint was dismissed.
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