NMA Driving News Weekly Roundup for June 30, 2017

In this week’s Driving News Roundup:

–LED Street Lights cause obesity—

–Takata Declares Bankruptcy—

–NY Speed Cam Bill Dead—

–TN Fams sue guardrail maker—

–WV Gov signs tolling bill–


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NMA Driving News Story of the Week

California Chief Justice to Strip Rights from Motorists
The state Commission on the Future of California’s Court System developed the plan, which was presented in terms of wide-ranging benefits. It would “free up” court and law enforcement resources and “simplify procedures” for defendants. Each year, the state courts deal with 4.1 million traffic tickets, accounting for 75 percent of their annual workload. To relieve judges of that substantial burden, however, motorists would have to give up their due process rights.


Opinion and Commentary from around the Web


News Stories from around the Web

National News Watch


Auto Recall News


Automatic Traffic Enforcement and Surveillance


Driver’s License Watch and Driver’s Education in the News


Driving in America


Infrastructure Watch


Vision Zero Watch


The NMA Driving News Roundup is a regular feature on the NMA Blog, where we highlight some of the most interesting driving news stories of the week. If you have a story for Driving News, send the url via email to nma@motorists.org. Every other Sunday, catch the Car of the Future Roundup blog post.

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