12/2/2016UK Motoring Group Slams Government-Funded Report As Anti-Car
Alliance of British Drivers says public transport, not private automobiles, is responsible for bad air quality.
A government-funded UK agency on Thursday called for more speed cameras, lower speed limits and "car free days" to improve the environment. The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) insisted in a new report that these measures would improve air quality in England. The Alliance of British Drivers dismissed the claims as the same old rhetoric from the anti-car lobby. "Time and again we hear campaigners blaming cars for all the world's ills," said ABD spokesman Nigel Humphrey ...
12/1/20162010 Study: License Points Have No Behavioral Impact
Study from 2010 shows the license point system for speeding tickets does not measurably deter speeding.
11/30/2016California Supreme Court Finalizes Parking Ticket Ruling
Private companies may no longer decide the guilt or innocence of motorists who contest parking tickets in California.
11/29/2016OPINION: Draining the transportation swamp
A recommendation to the incoming administration on improving infrastructure by preserving the interstate highway system.
11/28/2016France, Italy: Speed Cameras Torched, Demolished
Fire, paint and collisions disabled speed cameras in Europe and South America last week.
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