20 Alerts From the VISION ZERO Tag


Los Angeles Area Members Alert: Comment on Two County Plan Documents TODAY

For Los Angeles Area NMA Members, Please take some time in the next two weeks to look at two plans that have the possibility of changing the motoring landscapes in Los Angeles County in profound ways. After you read the plans, we encourage you to attend any public meetings and/or write comments to mail or […]

Are Cyclists Vision Zero Zealots—Readers’ Responses: NMA Weekly E-Newsletter #525

Last week, we emailed and posted on our website a guest newsletter entitled Are Cyclists Vision Zero Zealots? written by Eric Berg, an NMA Board Member, an NMA Life Member, an avid sport bicyclist, and a staunch defender of motorists’ rights. Readers, including some of whom (like Eric) are bicyclists, responded with interesting perspectives which […]

Are Cyclists Vision Zero Zealots?: NMA Weekly E-Newsletter #524

From guest writer Eric Berg.  Eric Berg is an NMA director and life member since the Citizens Coalition for Rational Traffic Law days. Eric is an avid sport bicyclist as well as staunch defender of motorists’ rights. He is well positioned to provide observations from both vantage points.  One of the challenges for NMA advocacy […]

Political Interference in Setting Speed Limits Shouldn’t Happen: NMA Weekly E-Newsletter #518

From guest writer Ian Tootill, who is co-founder of the grassroots British Columbia motorists advocacy group SENSE BC (or Safety by Education and Not Speed Enforcement). SENSE BC and the NMA are kindred spirits, with SENSE advocating for sensible driving standards for more than 23 years and the NMA for over 36. The issues facing […]

The 85th Call to Action (Time Sensitive): NMA E-Newsletter #517

The Fall 2018 issue of the NMA member magazine Driving Freedoms (“The Big Lie”) sounded a clarion call against the dismantling of established traffic engineering standards by the very agencies tasked with upholding those standards and protecting the public. Swept up in the Vision Zero dream of achieving zero road fatalities, the Federal Highway Administration […]