40 Alerts From the ALERT Tag


Texas Member Alert: Contact House Transportation Committee Today to Support HB1631—bill to ban Red-Light Cameras

Dear Texas NMA Members, The House Transportation Committee meeting is tomorrow afternoon, March 26, 2019 at 2:00 PM and HB1631 –the bill to ban Red-Light Cameras immediately with no grandfather clause is currently on the agenda.  Over 100 lawmakers support this bill! Please check out the NMA Red-Light Cameras Issue Page for reasons to get […]

Hawaii Member Alert: Attend an upcoming DOT Meeting on Road Usage Charge Change

Hawaii Member Alert: Attend an upcoming DOT Meeting on Road Usage Charge Change Dear Hawaii NMA Members, The Hawaii Department of Transportation is asking for public input on changing the gas tax to a vehicle miles travel tax.  The NMA encourages you either attend a scheduled meeting in person (see below) or an e-Townhall scheduled […]

Participate in PA State Transportation Commission Online Public Meeting 3.20.19 and Online Survey on State’s 2019 12-year Transportation Program Update

Dear NMA Pennsylvania Members, The NMA encourages you to give input on the Pennsylvania State Transportation Commission’s 2019 12-Year Transportation Program Update. Check out the update HERE. There are two ways to participate: Wednesday, March 20, 2019, from 6:30 to 7:30 PM is asking the residents to participate in an online meeting with the Commission […]

Texas Members Alert: Support Senate Bill 653 to prohibit the use of Photo Cameras

Dear Texas Members, On March 20, 2019, the Senate Transportation Committee will discuss SB 653 beginning at 8:00 AM in E1.016.  Please contact committee members to ask them to support the bill. If you can make the meeting, we encourage you to attend. Here is the March 20th Agenda. Here is the text for SB […]

Florida Member Alert: Support Red-Light Camera Repeal Legislation, House Bill 6003 and Senate Bill 622

Dear Florida Member, Earlier this week, a group of activists traveled to Tallahassee to visit the offices of many members of the Florida House and Senate. A major topic of discussion was the repeal of the state’s red-light camera law. The overall sense is that repeal is more likely than in previous years, with odds […]