[FHWA Docket No. FHWA–2007–28977]
National Standards for Traffic Control
DISCONNECT BETWEEN THE MANUAL’S INTENT AND PRACTICE
These proposed change(s) are a very troubling quickening of the destruction of Congress’ intent as encompassed in the Highway Safety Act of 1966, when Congress created, and then charged the FHWA with “Roadway Safety” oversight on the nation’s highway infrastructure and traffic control thereon.
The Best Highway Safety Practices Institute Rejects Clarion Calls for Failed Policy II: National 55 mph Speed Limit
1974 National Maximum Speed Law is not a solution. The solution is to properly
engineer our roadways to facilitate the optimum flow of traffic, a
prescription that would reduce our total vehicular carbon footprint and
improve roadway safety. The future is in educating motorists to drive safely
via safety campaigns that promote keep right except to pass, yielding,
courtesy, and safety practices that are based in fact! Programs that create
jobs, reduce our carbon footprint, pollution, and improve the safety and
efficiency of our infrastructure.
Bad Roads and the US Department of Transportation About to Eclipse Bad Drivers as the Greatest Danger to Our Safety