41 Blog Posts From the Automated Traffic Enforcement Tag


Presenting the Next Automated Traffic Enforcement Device—the Noise Camera: NMA E-Newsletter #656

Presenting the Next Automated Traffic Enforcement Device—the Noise Camera: NMA E-Newsletter #656

Let’s face it—most of us dislike loud motorcycles or vehicles revving up next to us at an intersection, blowing by us on an interstate, or disrupting the solitude of our neighborhoods. But to use automated devices to catch people who are exceedingly noisy seems to push us deeper into the world of Big Brother than […]

Speed Camera Games Played for Profits in Ohio

Speed Camera Games Played for Profits in Ohio

By Shelia Dunn, NMA Communications Director  Editor’s Note: This post first appeared as NMA E-Newsletter #650. If you would like to subscribe to this weekly one-topic newsletter, click HERE to subscribe. When will Ohio municipalities ever learn? The Ohio Supreme Court has been working overtime on automated enforcement cases brought by motorists against cities and […]

Speed Camera Games Played for Profits in Ohio: NMA E-Newsletter #650

Speed Camera Games Played for Profits in Ohio: NMA E-Newsletter #650

When will Ohio municipalities ever learn? The Ohio Supreme Court has been working overtime on automated enforcement cases brought by motorists against cities and townships across the state. Justice would be better served if the state prohibited ticket cameras altogether. The difficulty is that the larger cities in Ohio have home-rule authority, i.e., they set […]

Equity and the MUTCD: NMA E-Newsletter #644

Equity and the MUTCD: NMA E-Newsletter #644

As we have noted prominently in recent newsletters and email action alerts, the Federal Highway Administration has recommended sweeping changes to the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD). In Equity and Sustainability (NMA E-Newsletter #637), we criticized the appropriation of those terms, particularly ‘equity,’ to demand broad restrictions on drivers and driving. NMA Director […]

Drive 55 Everywhere . . . Or Less

Drive 55 Everywhere . . . Or Less

Speed limits are about to become limitless as in, whatever those who set them say they are. This has always been true, to an extent in that all speed limits are, to a degree, arbitrary. People are subject to a ticket, i.e., being extorted by armed government workers, acting on behalf of the government simply […]

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