If you pay for a traffic violation ticket in the City of Rochester. The fine will now stay in the city instead of going to the state. The move is expected to increase the city's revenue by $2 million each year. Under the new law, you may also be able to plea down your fine.

Tickets you pay for traffic violations in Rochester will soon be going to the city instead of the state.

Rochester City Council approved a law that would set up a traffic agency for the city. Right now, money from traffic tickets goes to the State Department of Motor Vehicles.

Under the new law, that money will now go to Rochester. The local law will also allow people with traffic tickets to plea to have their fines reduced.

The move is expected to increase the city's revenue by $2 million each year.