59 Blog Posts From the Mass Transit Tag


NMA Driving News Weekly Roundup for September 7, 2018

NMA Driving News Weekly Roundup for September 7, 2018

In this week’s Driving News Roundup: IIHS Fakes Speed Limit Study Results NJ Judicial Commission Takes on Ticketing for Profit NJ State Senator Introduces Camera Enforcement Inoculation Act Click on the color headline to read the full story. NMA Driving News Story of the Week IIHS Fakes Speed Limit Study Results The Insurance Institute for […]

Car of the Future Weekly Roundup for August 22, 2018

Car of the Future Weekly Roundup for August 22, 2018

Click on the colored title to see the full story NMA Car of the Future Story of the Week Governors Group Seeks Autonomous Vehicle Safety Education Excited chatter about automated and autonomous vehicles must lead to more consumer education and laws that govern driverless vehicles, the author of a new study for the Governor’s Highway […]

The Consequences of the Intolerance of Vision Zero

The Consequences of the Intolerance of Vision Zero

Editor’s Note: This piece first appeared in March 2016 and continues to resonate today about the ecosystem of transportation. The Consequences of Intolerance: NMA E-Newsletter #373 Ecosystem: A system, or a group of interconnected elements, formed by the     interaction of a community of organisms with their environment What is our transportation network of streets […]

Growing Up: A Millennial’s Shift from Fast Cars to Family Cars

Growing Up: A Millennial’s Shift from Fast Cars to Family Cars

A cherry red Mustang and a Toyota RAV4 pull up to a stoplight, which is more likely to have the younger driver behind the wheel? Studies show millennials are the ones picking SUVs and family cars over the fast cars these days. There are many reasons for it, such as costs and urbanization, and the […]

Taking your Car to College: 8 Pros and Cons

Taking your Car to College: 8 Pros and Cons

Having a car on campus is great, or is it? Your life can become much more convenient in some ways, and yet more stressful and inconvenient in other ways. It’s hard to say which is the better way to go, and it will depend on your situation and what you value. Here are eight pros […]