67 Blog Posts From the TICKET REVENUE Tag


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 […]

Equity and Sustainability

Equity and Sustainability

Editor’s Note: This post originally appeared in March 2021 as NMA E-Newsletter #637. If you would like to receive the NMA’s weekly one-topic newsletter, subscribe HERE. 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 […]

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 […]

Open Letter to Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker on the Proposed Use of Red-Light Cameras

Open Letter to Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker on the Proposed Use of Red-Light Cameras

Dear Governor Baker, Don’t do it! Don’t allow red-light cameras to become entrenched in Massachusetts under the guise of traffic safety. For years, state lawmakers have been trying to bring in these automated traffic enforcement devices. They might indeed improve one area for the state by bringing more cash to hard-hit municipalities. “Policing for Profit” […]

Are Speed Limit Signs (or lack thereof) Disrespectful to Drivers?

Are Speed Limit Signs (or lack thereof) Disrespectful to Drivers?

By Merrill Gehman, an Alaska NMA Member If those who establish, post, and enforce work zone, detour, and other temporary site speed limit signs wonder why so many drivers don’t obey these signs, I can show them a good example. There are a significant number of these sites where drivers are just not respected. Usually, […]

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