Category Archives: Traffic Law

Executive Order 90 | City of New York

December 21, 2021 Accelerating Electric Vehicle Adoption for NYC Fleet Download Executive Order 90 WHEREAS, emissions from vehicles harm local air quality, increase serious illness among New Yorkers, and threaten public health; WHEREAS, we face a clear global climate emergency, caused primarily by the burning of fossil fuels including for transportation; WHEREAS, we all, especially… Read More »

Colorado DA seeks review of truck driver’s 110-year sentence in deadly crash

A Colorado district attorney has moved for a hearing to examine whether a 110-year prison sentence for a truck driver who killed four people in a crash in 2019 should stand. Rogel Aguilera-Mederos, 26, was sentenced to the lengthy term last week because of state laws that require sentences for certain crimes to be served… Read More »

Japan mulls full automated mobility service in limited areas

Japan is considering a system to screen and approve providers of fully automated driving services within limited areas, under the supervision of prefectural public safety commissions, the police agency said Thursday. The National Police Agency aims to submit an amendment to the road traffic law to parliament next spring, as the government intends to start… Read More »

Wet weather, holiday traffic predicted ahead of Christmas weekend

Wet weather and heavy holiday traffic have public safety officials on guard for what could be a dicey travel weekend for the Christmas holiday. Rain was forecast in the St. George area starting late Thursday and lasting through the weekend, while higher-elevation communities from Cedar City northward were likely to see at least some snow. Law… Read More »