Anti-Driving Regulations Will Become Law Unless You Act Now, Part 1 – Speed Limits

The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) has proposed changes to the rules for posting traffic signs. Buried within the extensive markups to the 800-page Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) is a truly onerous set of policies that will adversely affect driving for decades to come. Unless driving advocates like you help us respond en masse in […]

Is This the Beginning of the End?—Readers Respond: NMA E-Newsletter #639

Editor’s Note: We received over 35 responses to last week’s Is This the Beginning of the End? NMA E-Newsletter #638. No matter what side of the divide our readers fall, they certainly have many different opinions about electric vehicles. Two things come to mind: the change from horse-drawn power to cars starting around 1900 and […]

Is This the Beginning of the End?: NMA Weekly E-Newsletter #638

Are we ready for the end of gas-powered cars? Internal combustion engines (ICEs) have been around for over 100 years. Are consumers ready to trust a battery solely to keep their vehicle’s engine running for the distances they want to travel? In March, many automakers announced they would by a certain year no longer sell […]

Equity and Sustainability: NMA E-Newsletter #637

Those are the buzzwords used frequently by city transportation officials as they seek to achieve “complete streets” nirvana. Before we attempt to define the overused terms, it is essential to know why they are more in vogue now in transportation and urban planning circles than ever before. In December, the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) proposed […]

Paradise Ticket Quota Extreme: NMA Weekly E-Newsletter #636

Multiple times a year, the US Department of Transportation issues grants to states for specific traffic enforcement programs. That money trickles down to cities so they can pay officers overtime. Honolulu police officers are currently participating in one such grant program this month. To measure the program’s effectiveness, the Honolulu Police Department wants officers to […]

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