38 Alerts From the ARIZONA Tag

Call your Senator TODAY on HB 2525-to ban automatic traffic enforcement in Arizona

Dear Arizona NMA Members, Call and/or email your state senator IMMEDIATELY to support House Bill 2525 which will ban all automatic photo enforcement in Arizona. State Activist Steve Bacs says that last year the state legislature banned photo enforcement on all highways but cities can still use speed cams and red-light cameras. According to the […]

Western Arizona Residents-Give your Feedback

The Western Arizona Council of Governments is analyzing crash data to determine the causes of fatal accidents over the last 10 years. The organization will identify projects and educational efforts which could reduce the number of crashes. To do so, WACOG is seeking feedback from drivers, bicyclists and pedestrians. An online survey asks people to […]

Arizona DOT seeks input on transportation goals by November 11

The Arizona DOT seeks public input on its long-range transportation plan.  ADOT has developed an online survey and asks site visitors to rank transportation priorities such as safety, technology, accessibility and maintenance. The survey includes a fictitious budget that allows you to prioritize how much money should be spent on each concern. It also poses […]

Shenanigans Continue with Red-Light Cameras: NMA E-Newsletter #385

Red-light cameras are the biggest local boondoggle ever.  Lafayette, Louisiana was recently in the news because the city-parish council decided to extend their red-light camera program another year despite the fact that $12.4 million dollars had not been collected on over 211,000 photo enforced tickets since the program’s inception nine years ago. But the story […]

2016 First Quarter Legislative Update: NMA E-Newsletter #376

The NMA continues to advocate for motorists’ rights at the national, state and local level. Legislatures across the country took up a broad range of motorists’ issues in the first quarter of 2016. Here’s a brief summary of the driving-related issues we addressed. Arizona Opposed House Bill 2366 which would revise Arizona’s red-light camera law […]