Why So Many U.S. Drivers Think Speeding Is Perfectly Safe
Do Americans hit lethal speeds because they're in a rush, or because they have no idea that they're increasing their chances of death with every tick of the odometer?
L.A. Speed Camera Pilot, Metro Sepulveda Rail, and Crash Not Accident
More reasons to ridicule proposed Metro Sepulveda monorail. L.A. will officially use "crash" or "collision" instead of "accident." And L.A. starts laying the groundwork for a speed camera pilot.
Call to Action: Urge SFMTA to Install Speed Cameras Faster
A.B. 645, the speed camera bill, was signed into law earlier this month. Now SFMTA says it needs another year just to study where to put them.
CA Legislature Passes Speed Camera Bill
Now it's up to Governor Newsom to sign it
GOP Pols Want to Ban Speed Limiter Requirements on Deadly Big Rigs
High-speed truck crashes are soaring – so why are lawmakers fighting against long-proven technology to stop them?
Success: Drivers are Slowing Down on Streets with 24/7 Speed Cameras
Violations dropped 30 percent over the course of the first year of 24/7 speed camera enforcement.
Speed Camera Bill Has Bent Over Backwards to Answer Opponents
But some of them will not be satisfied no matter what
Glendale Officials Rally for Speed Camera Bill
"These [traffic fatalities] are real people," Glendale Mayor Dan Brotman emphasized, "husbands, wives, parents, friends, children, coworkers."
In the U.S., Drivers Hit the Deadliest Speeds in Places People Walk
Drivers across America are hitting deadly speeds in neighborhoods with lots of walkers — and a lot of them aren't even breaking the law when they do it.