34 Blog Posts From the Traffic Calming Tag


Driving News Roundup: January 13, 2017

Driving News Roundup: January 13, 2017

In the Driving News Round Up this week: -Florida says crashes at intersections are up with RLC- -New Orleans begins new Automatic Traffic Enforcement- -CA Bill increases GDL to 21 years of age- -NYC Liable for not enough traffic calming- NMA’s Driving News Story of the Week A Street paved with gold–$26.5 million in red-light […]

Bump and grind

A new speed table appeared a block from the new nuisance stop signs I wrote about. Predictably, there are new gouges in the pavement where cars and trucks bottom out. Put me on the jury and I’d hold the town liable for every scraped vehicle. I won’t get that chance. It costs more to try […]

Driving News Roundup: October 21, 2016

Driving News Roundup: October 21, 2016

This week’s Driving News Round-up Includes: -NM has Driver’s License Problems -Vision Zero failing in Staten Island -New Orleans doubles automatic cams -Redflex Chief sentenced Maryland: Montgomery County’s Speed Camera Profits Fall By $1.6 Million Speed cameras remain lucrative for Montgomery County, but the cost of operating the devices rose in the previous fiscal year. In […]

Lane Courtesy in Los Angeles

Lane Courtesy in Los Angeles

Guest Blog NMA Member Michael Jabbra Lane courtesy means to drive always in the right lane unless you are passing someone slower. In some countries, such as Germany, people practice this simple, helpful idea. Sadly, this is not true in Los Angeles. Of course, lane courtesy makes no sense during rush hour in Los Angeles, […]

Driving News Roundup: April 28, 2016

Driving News Roundup: April 28, 2016

This is a regular feature on the NMA Blog, where we highlight some of the most interesting driving news stories of the week. Washington D.C.: Metrobus drivers caught speeding, running red lights and ignoring stop signs Metrobus operators racked up nearly 2,300 traffic-camera tickets in the past six years, including 339 last year, according to […]