39 Alerts From the ALERT Tag


Washington State: Stop HB1793 and SB5789–expanding the ticketing scope of red-light cameras

Dear Washington State oos Members, The House Transportation Committee already held a hearing this week on HB1793 (its counterpart in the Senate is SB5789) which greatly expands the automated policing scope of red-light cameras. The number of ticketing actions that could be performed by red-light cameras if passed, include: Railroad crossing violations Stopping when Traffic […]

Stop Senate Bill 1521 which would bring speed cameras to Virginia

Ask Gov. Northam not to sign SB 1521 and speed cameras into law In an alert I sent to Virginia members this past Friday, I asked those interested in killing the handheld speed camera bill to coordinate with Dr. Chris Unger, a DC physician who practices in Northern Virginia and who is lobbying directly with the governor’s office to kill SB […]

National Alert: Comment on DOT C-V2X standards for Connected Car Technology–Deadline Feb 25, 2019

Dear oos Members, Currently, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration or NHTSA has an open docket that would mandate two-way connected communications in every new car sometime in the future. The wireless industry is pushing for a 5G technology standard for vehicles called C-V2X. The C-V2X standard as outlined in the docket refers to collectively […]

Phone your state representatives in support of HB 6003 and SB 622 which would repeal the red-light ticket camera law in Florida

Dear Florida Members, In the past week, we have received encouraging information about the prospects for passing repeal legislation and for obtaining the new governor’s signature. We’ve been working on the issue for several years and this appears to be the best opportunity to pass a repeal because two members of the state senate that […]

Hawaii oos Members: Email Elected House Transportation, Judiciary and Finance Committee Members TODAY to Oppose HB187, the Red-Light Camera Bill

Dear Hawaii oos Members, One of our members in Hawaii states that this bill will need to run through three committees before going to the full house. No one knows yet when each committee will be meeting on HB 187 and we can only give you 48 hours’ notice if you are interested in testifying […]