The smart way to use traffic cameras
The DC government has set a clear priority: It doesn't want anyone to die in a traffic crash on its streets. Who would disagree with that?
What if the price of achieving that goal were just a tiny bit less thrill behind the wheel?
I hope everyone in our region is willing to put others' lives ahead of a momentary high. That's because we can save a lot of lives with a simple action: obeying the laws, and avoiding speeding.
Post columnist Courtland Milloy recently explained his visceral objection to following speed laws:
"I confess: I enjoy driving fast."
Continue reading my latest op-ed in the Washington Post.
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