Friday, January 24, 2020

Highways Of Death Abound In The Heartland

Road tripping report as right-wing Legislatures talk a big game about "Infrastructure" but the proof of their commitment on state highways is lacking. Read more and drive carefully . . .

Missouri, Kansas ranked low in new highway safety report

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A safety report released overnight Thursday ranked Kansas and Missouri on highway laws. The grade is based on the colors of a stoplight. Green means good. It means the state significantly advanced in adopting all recommended laws from Yellow means caution. The state needs improvement because of gaps in laws.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

More traffic laws, the same as more gun laws, does not equate to a state having safer drivers.
Saferoads.org needs to use traffic deaths per 100,000 in population. Then and only then can they ranks states for traffic safety.

Anonymous said...

Widen I-70 now, please!

Anonymous said...

How does Missouri rank nationally in Highway Department Administrative salaries?

Anonymous said...

Doesn't I-70 go down to one lane in downtown Kansas City? If so, that's incredibly stupid for a major highway to go down to one lane for a variety of reasons.