5 Blog Posts From the YELLOW LIGHT TIMING Tag


NMA’s Weekly ATE Racket Report for May 15, 2018

NMA’s Weekly ATE Racket Report for May 15, 2018

Compiled by NMA Foundation Executive Director James C. Walker and NMA Communications Director Shelia Dunn The ATE Racket Report is a weekly feature of the NMA blog. We want to bring the issues of automated traffic enforcement to our supporters in a more coherent up-to-date fashion. This past week… More fallout from the Florida Supreme […]

TheNewspaper.com Roundup: March 5, 2018

TheNewspaper.com Roundup: March 5, 2018

In this week’s TheNewspaper.com Roundup! –Forgetful cops can testify using notes in TN– –Short Yellow Lights win in IL– –Redflex continues to lose money– Friday, March 2, 2018 Tennessee: Forgetful Cop Can Testify Based On Notes, Video Cops in Tennessee no longer need to have any independent recollection of the events about which they testify. […]

What about Speed Limits?

What about Speed Limits?

Have you ever noticed while driving that generally the experience is fairly civil? Not too much chaos…not too many drivers overdoing it. We all drive along because in reality we just want to go where we need to go without too much hassle. Funny thing is…most of us drive at a speed we feel comfortable […]

Transparency Worth Fighting For: NMA Weekly E-Newsletter #473

Transparency Worth Fighting For: NMA Weekly E-Newsletter #473

To quote from the NMA Guide to the Freedom of Information Act and State/Municipal Public Records Requests (yes, we do need to work on that title): Constructive reform of government requires a thorough understanding of an issue.  Used effectively, the records request helps provide transparency of policy and related activity that are essential ingredients to […]

TheNewspaper.com Roundup: December 25, 2017

TheNewspaper.com Roundup: December 25, 2017

In this week’s TheNewspaper.com Roundup! –TX Appeals Court takes on RLCS– –WA State Toll Experiment a Failure– –Editorial: $44 Tolls just the beginning– Friday, December 22, 2017 Oregon: Federal Judge Sides With Anti-Camera Engineer Oregon officials admittedly violated the free speech rights of a man who criticized the use of red-light cameras. A federal magistrate […]