15 Alerts From the speed limits Tag


The Thing about Speeding: NMA E-Newsletter #627

By guest writer Eric Peters The problem with speed limits is they’re arbitrary and presumptive. A velocity maximum is decreed, and you are presumed a threat to others if you exceed it. Almost everyone understands this is silly—else almost everyone would not “speed” routinely. Most of us do not play Russian roulette, for instance, irrespective […]

Protecting Wildlife and Motorists through Infrastructure Design: NMA E-Newsletter #625

Several states have recently announced that they have added wildlife over and underpasses, with many more on the way. Large animals such as deer, elk, and bears roam seasonally, frequently colliding with vehicles in the process. In Wyoming, for example, there are 6,000 documented collisions annually. Wildlife managers and transportation engineers use infrastructure design to […]

Going Postal: NMA E-Newsletter #622

The U.S. Postal Service provides a vital link between the NMA and you, our members. From the quarterly member magazine, Driving Freedoms, to letter status reports during these COVID times, we rely heavily on the usually reliable USPS to deliver our information to you throughout the year. The postal service has undergone some changes in […]

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 […]

“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 […]

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