23 Blog Posts From the FHWA Tag


More Hands on Deck: NMA E-Newsletter #641

More Hands on Deck: NMA E-Newsletter #641

Member response to the NMA’s April 13th email alert and last week’s newsletter, All Hands on Deck, #640, has been tremendous. This grassroots campaign is focused on convincing the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) that key components of its planned update to the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) will make the roads less, not […]

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 […]

All Hands on Deck: NMA E-Newsletter #640

All Hands on Deck: NMA E-Newsletter #640

In Equity and Sustainability, NMA E-Newsletter #637, we noted the Federal Highway Administration’s (FHWA) introduction of a proposed federal rule that would constitute the first major revision of the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) since 2009. Major is putting it lightly, and lightly is not how we can afford to treat it. The […]

Equity and Sustainability: NMA E-Newsletter #637

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 […]

Driving in America Dispatch from Arkansas: Election, Casinos, 30 Crossing, and Highway Speed Limits

Driving in America Dispatch from Arkansas: Election, Casinos, 30 Crossing, and Highway Speed Limits

By Thomas Beckett, NMA Member Editor’s Note: In 2020, for the Driving in America blog, Thomas has already written numerous posts on how a small state like Arkansas is working to fund infrastructure projects and an additional post on how Arkansas is raising speed limits. Check out his posts here: Driving in America—Arkansas Report Part […]

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