Surveying Driver License Renewal Requirements: NMA E-Newsletter #541

In the Spring 2019 issue of the NMA member magazine Driving Freedoms, we introduced a short online survey designed to gauge public sentiment toward driver’s license testing norms for older motorists. As noted in the survey’s introduction, “The baby boomer generation has dominated the roads for several decades, and as they enter their 60s, 70s, […]

NMA Alert: The Texas Bill to Ban Red-Light Cameras goes to the Governor

Dear NMA Texas Members, Red-Light Cameras are on their way out in TEXAS!  Thank you for your ongoing advocacy against RLCs.  We encourage you to find out how your elected officials voted and if they voted to ban RLCs thank him or her. If they didn’t give them reasons to reconsider automated traffic enforcement in […]

What’s Old is New Again: NMA E-Newsletter #540

By James Sikorski Jr., PA Advocate NMA Pennsylvania is the original home for neighborhoods I guess, as this is where Mister Rogers had his show. It did emphasize the good qualities of neighbors. If we fast forward a few years, I have a new idea for the whole country. Regardless of where you live in […]

Sweetwater, Florida Residents Say NO to Red-Light Cameras

Dear NMA Florida Members, In a ballot vote on May 14, 2019, Sweetwater voters rejected the use of RLCs by a vote of 81 to 19 percent. The ban prohibits the mayor from continuing the use of these automated traffic devices. Sweetwater joins 39 other communities around the US that have rejected photo enforcement. Check […]

Immediate Attention for Texas Members: Call or Email your State Senator and Ask him or her to Support the Ban of Red-Light Cameras

Dear NMA Texas Members, HB1631 to ban red-light cameras has already passed the House and our members report that the Senate Transportation committee waived the posting requirements on HB1631 to fast track it for a vote possibly as soon as this Friday on the Senate floor. Call or email your state senator today and ask […]