140 Alerts From the SAFETY Tag


20 is Plenty (except when it isn’t): NMA E-Newsletter #609

The warning signs have been around for a long time. The scramble to fall in line with Vision Zero demands that traffic fatalities be eliminated regardless of the cost to taxpayers, and society in general, has even affected organizations like the Institute of Transportation Engineers that are supposed to be protecting the engineering standards that […]

Commuters Need Transportation Resiliency: NMA Weekly E-Newsletter #606

Most Americans drive to work because of the freedom that this mobility choice provides. Well, that and other suitable transportation options are limited in many locales. In recent years, there has been a concerted effort to limit car ownership while commuters are urged to take transit, rideshare, walk, and ride bikes/scooters. The COVID-19 crisis, though, seems […]

What about Police Traffic Stop Reform Part 2: NMA E-Newsletter #604

Editor’s Note: Last week, in Part 1, we discussed ideas for traffic stop reform. This week we delve into some of the thornier issues for reform from the NMA perspective. Recently, Berkeley, California’s city council passed an ordinance to remove police officers out of the traffic enforcement equation. After the requisite planning and community input, […]

“Driving While Black” Billboard Shines Light on City Ticket Records: NMA E-Newsletter #602

By a Michigan NMA Member On July 6, an electronic billboard appeared along I-96 in Redford Township, Michigan, just east of the city limits of Livonia. It warned drivers leaving Detroit, “Driving while black?  Racial profiling just ahead. Welcome to Livonia.” Livonia is a racially-mixed city of 97,000, covering 36 square miles of 1950s homes […]

What’s Next for Motorists’ Rights—Part 1: NMA E-Newsletter #597

The need to advocate for motorists’ rights has grown during the time of COVID. NMA members need to be more vigilant than ever in home communities and home states. This newsletter is a two-parter and comes from what we see trending nationally. This week, we look at speed limits, automated traffic enforcement, and street surveillance. […]

Traffic Attorney, DUI Attorney, and Personal Injury Attorney Testimonials

Virginia
Virginia Criminal Lawyer Karin Riley Porter

A skilled Virginia traffic lawyer with over ten years of trial experience.

California
Ambrosio Rodriguez,
Los Angeles Criminal Lawyer

Former prosecutor with over 18 years experience handling all criminal law matters.

California
Richard Morse III, San Diego Personal Injury Lawyer

If you’ve been injured in a car accident, call San Diego personal injury lawyer Richard Morse III for a free consultation.

Florida
Boris Lavent, Miami Personal Injury Lawyer

Miami personal injury attorney with a proven track record of fighting for car accident victims to make sure they get the money the deserve.

California
Ron Hedding, San Fernando Valley Criminal & DUI lawyer

Over 25 years experience focused exclusively on criminal law and a track record of success in all San Fernando Valley Courthouses. (213) 542-0940

California
Vikas Bajaj, San Diego Criminal Defense Lawyer

Vikas Bajaj has over 17 years experience defending those accused of a crime. Mr. Bajaj handles all criminal law matters and offers a free consultation.