An NMA member made the flyer below and handed it out to his neighbors when there were speed bumps were being considered for his neighborhood. There was widespread support for the speed bumps initially, but that quickly changed after they read the flyer. THINKING OF SIGNING THAT SPEED BUMP PETITION? Here are some questions we […]
While most cities choose to take the easy way out and install red-light ticket cameras to profit from this problem (without solving it), there are several proven ways for communities to stop red-light running at their intersections. 1) Increase the yellow-light time This is an easy way to reduce red-light violations. It has been effective […]
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Earlier this year, Texas passed legislation designed to regulate the use of red-light cameras in the state. The intention of the legislation was to lessen the incentive for cities to use the ticket cameras as revenue generators. A major reason that the bill was able to get through the legislature was the requirement that cities […]
This is a guest post by NMA Member Bob Morrow. General Motors’ OnStar cell phone system will be losing thousands of customers starting January 1st, 2008 due to technological changes. The OnStar system, which uses cell phone networks and GPS data to both call for help and provide location information, will not work for some […]