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Increased Henderson Traffic Enforcement Results In Clark County Tickets For Speeding, Not Yielding To Pedestrians & Jaywalking

By | 2015-09-14T11:19:05-07:00 September 14th, 2015|Categories: General Ticket Info, Henderson Legal News, Road Rules, Speeding|Tags: , , |

Police in Henderson gave over 40 tickets to drivers who ignored pedestrians on Henderson roads in a pedestrian safety enforcement event that lasted a week. The Henderson Pedestrian laws ticket writing effort ran from Friday, August 21st to Friday, August 28th. The Henderson Police department added extra police patrols that were concentrating on the city’s busiest intersections targeting drivers who did not let pedestrians in crosswalks completely cross the street and pedestrians who cross the street outside of crosswalks or when a traffic light does not give them permission to cross. 45 total drivers received tickets for not letting pedestrians completely cross the street in a crosswalk. Laws require motorists to wait until the person crossing the street makes it entirely across, unless the road is separated by a physical median. Clark County street crosser citations totaled 14. Those individuals were tickets for not crossing in crosswalks, not waiting for a light to cross the street and finally for jaywalking. Tickets were also written for Las Vegas speeding, not having valid insurance in Southern Nevada, expired Nevada automobile registrations and then finally to people who did not have a valid driver’s license. Henderson police emphasized that the responsibility for being [...]

New Technologies May Put A Stop To Las Vegas Drunk Driving

By | 2015-07-08T10:54:38-07:00 July 8th, 2015|Categories: DUI, General Ticket Info, Road Rules, Technology and the LAW|Tags: , , , , |

Soon, your car may stop you from drunk driving in Las Vegas. New technology is being developed that will prevent automobiles from working if the driver behind the steering wheel is inebriated. This technology could have the same life saving efficacy as seat belts or airbags. The technology, intended to prevent Clark County DUI will use a number of factors to determine if the potential operator of the motor vehicle is intoxicated. One of the factors will be to test samples from the driver’s breath. The process is being designed as a seamless system which will work automatically, without bothering or alerting the person behind the wheel. Another system will check the driver’s alcohol levels when he or she touches a certain part of the car. This could be integrated into the car’s start button or the steering wheel. Again, this test will be completed imperceptibly. These new technological solutions would prevent the embarrassment of current ignition lock systems that have large breath collection systems. Anti-drunk driving advocacy group Mothers Against Drunk Driving has approved of the technology and the president of the organization has been vocal in support. The system is being touted as having the potential to prevent [...]

Las Vegas Assemblyman Arrested for DUI

By | 2015-03-03T14:14:48-07:00 March 3rd, 2015|Categories: Ask The Traffic Attorney, Careless Driving, Distraction on the Road: Texting, DUI, Las Vegas Legal News, Local News, Road Rules, Speeding|Tags: , , , , , |

Last Friday, a Southern Nevada assemblyman was arrested for driving while intoxicated in Carson City. The Assembly representative from District 18 in Las Vegas was picked up by Carson City police at 3am Friday morning in the front seat of his parked car with his hand on the stick shift and his right foot on the gas pedal and the engine on and heater running. Assemblyman Carrillo, a holder of a conceal weapons permit for Nevada, notified police he had a loaded handgun in the glove compartment of his automobile. The Assemblyman from District 18 was booked on driving while intoxicated in Nevada and returned to work on Tuesday morning, March 3rd. Mr. Carrillo posted bail of $3,000 with Carson City traffic court. There are a number of DUI instances where the arrested individual was not driving their automobile, per se, but instead, sleeping in their vehicle. In colder climes, or even the Las Vegas desert, which can fall to low temperatures in the winter months, those individuals have been busted because they have turned on their cars to ensure the heater is on and they don’t freeze. Unfortunately, law enforcement still consider this a Nevada DUI offense as it is [...]

Las Vegas Metro Police Increase Ticket Writing Due to Las Vegas Traffic Fatalities

By | 2012-10-08T18:08:48-07:00 October 8th, 2012|Categories: Henderson Legal News, Las Vegas Legal News, Local News, Reckless Driving, Road Rules|Tags: , , , , |

With news of yesterday’s accident between a Ford Taurus and a Jeep on Interstate 15 sent 9 people to the hospital. The accident happened on the northbound lane of Interstate 15 at around 9:40 p.m. All were rushed to University Hospital in Las Vegas. Many in Las Vegas have begun to decry how people drive in Las Vegas and how many are unaware of new traffic laws designed to reduce Las Vegas’ record number of 2012 automobile and pedestrian accident fatalities. Since Las Vegas is a highway based city with many roads six lanes wide, Southern Nevada drivers tailgate, cut off others and speed along the roads. These poor driving habits have even led to Las Vegas’ listing as one of the most ticketed cities in the United States. If you have been ticketed for a moving violation in Las Vegas, log onto today to fight or fix your ticket online, without court visits. Recent construction on Interstate 15 also leads to many Las Vegas automobile accidents. On the highway, a number of express lanes have been added to the left hand side of the road. The lanes, delineated by solid double stripes, are express lanes to the many [...]

Clark County School District Sponsors Walk To School Day In Las Vegas

By | 2012-10-03T20:17:38-07:00 October 3rd, 2012|Categories: DUI, General Ticket Info, Henderson Legal News, Las Vegas Legal News, Local News, Road Rules, Speeding|Tags: , , , , |

Clark County school system students and Las Vegas automobile drivers all learned lessons this Wednesday for a multi-national day of children and their family members walking to school. Drivers across Las Vegas when crossing through school zones were required to pay careful attention due to the large amounts of children and adult pedestrians walking along Las Vegas roads. 10 Clark County schools took part in the school sponsored Walk to School event. Metro Police have not announced how many Las Vegas speeding tickets were issued during the event. is an online speeding ticket processing website where you can fight or fix nearly any Las Vegas traffic ticket online, without time consuming day long visits to the Clark County traffic court. The Walk To School event happens every year because of the number of Las Vegas pedestrian deaths that happen to children in school zones every year. 140 children pedestrians were hit by automobile drivers in Las Vegas in 2011. Last year, four kids died in school zone and cross walk pedestrian accidents in Southern Nevada last year. The majority of school zone pedestrian accidents that happen in and around schools are usually parents dropping their children off at school. [...]

North Las Vegas Police Increase Enforcement of School Zone Traffic Violations

By | 2012-09-11T20:34:33-07:00 September 11th, 2012|Categories: Distraction on the Road: Texting, General Ticket Info, Local News, Road Rules, Speeding|Tags: , , , , |

With 26 people having been killed in Las Vegas pedestrian accidents so far in 2012, all police departments across the Southern Valleys have increased their patrols and other efforts to make the roads safer for those on foot. Many of the cases involve pedestrians crossing busy 6-lane highways outside of cross walks. The deaths are compounded by the high speed limits on many of Las Vegas’ main thoroughfares. Area police are increasing ticket writing efforts for such minor violations like Las Vegas speeding and the many offenses that comprise Southern Nevada careless driving including cross walk violations, cell phone use while driving instances and other events where the driver is not operating the vehicle in a safe manner. If you have been ticketed for careless driving in Clark County, you can fight or fix your ticket online, without court visits at A North Las Vegas pedestrian awareness event highlighted to police officers the need to increase patrols and enforcement efforts in school zones. Since school has just started across Nevada, many drivers are unaware that many traffic areas have a reduced 15 M.P.H. speed limit. In addition, the police enforcement efforts have shown many North Las Vegas careless driving [...]

Las Vegas Police Document Traffic Citations at Busy Intersection

By | 2012-08-15T11:40:14-07:00 August 15th, 2012|Categories: General Ticket Info, Online Legal Services, Road Rules, Speeding|Tags: , , , , |

Is the culture of Las Vegas to blame for this year’s rash of pedestrian deaths and other traffic fatalities? Recently, Las Vegas Metro Police set up a video camera to determine the number of traffic violations at the intersection of Tropicana Ave and Boulder Hwy. The Las Vegas police were shocked by how many people jay walked and how many motorists did not pay attention to cross walks. The traffic violations are even more surprising when you think about the intersection’s sheer size – Boulder Highway is 8 lanes wide and Tropicana Ave is 4 lanes wide. Alarmed by the number of traffic violations that happened, Metro Police returned the next day and issued Las Vegas traffic citations to jaywalkers, Southern Nevada speeders and drivers not paying attention to cross walk laws. On the third day, police officers again went to the intersection to see if the tickets they had written had any effect on driver and pedestrian behavior. The next day there was no change in pedestrian and driver behavior. Las Vegas metro police have come to the conclusion that piecemeal enforcement efforts will not improve the safety of Las Vegas roads, and significant education efforts coupled with the [...]

Henderson Pedestrian Accident Adds To High Total of Clark County Pedestrian Deaths

By | 2012-05-25T15:25:10-07:00 May 25th, 2012|Categories: Elderly Driver, General Ticket Info, Henderson Legal News, Las Vegas Legal News, Local News, Online Legal Services, Road Rules|Tags: , , , , , |

A71-year old man was killed today when an SUV driven by a 78-year old from Henderson veered off the road and rode up the sidewalk in his 2008 Jeep Commander. The pedestrian was hit from behind as he walking in Henderson. The early morning accident, which happened at 7:15am, occurred along Hampton Rd., close by Point Pleasant Dr., in what is considered the Anthem area of Henderson. The driver’s name was Chester Budd, and he is being interviewed by police to determine the cause of the accident. If you have been responsible for a Las Vegas pedestrian accident and received a Las Vegas careless driving citation, log onto today for a free Southern Nevada traffic ticket consultation today. Our licensed Las Vegas ticket traffic attorneys have the contacts and experience to assist you in paying the smallest fine possible. 2012 has been especially deadly on Las Vegas, Henderson and Clark County roads. 52 people have died in Las Vegas in 2012 due to automobile accidents. Nine people have died in Henderson pedestrian accidents alone. Nearly twenty people have been killed in pedestrian automobile accidents across Clark County this year. There are many causes for this rise in pedestrian deaths [...]

Las Vegas Metro PD Increasing Jaywalking Tickets

By | 2012-05-16T15:05:58-07:00 May 16th, 2012|Categories: Ask The Traffic Attorney, General Ticket Info, Henderson Legal News, Las Vegas Legal News, Local News, Road Rules|Tags: , , , , |

2012 has seen a near record amount of Las Vegas traffic deaths, and with those, a record number of pedestrians have also been killed. Las Vegas Metro Police have begun cracking down on many driver and pedestrian behaviors which lead to Las Vegas traffic deaths. Las Vegas Metro Police have also added focus to intersections and streets where the majority of Las Vegas pedestrian and traffic accidents have occurred. Southern Nevada leaders are beginning to also consider new pedestrian and other traffic laws in Las Vegas and Southern Nevada. If you have been ticketed for Las Vegas jaywalking and want to fight or fix your ticket, log onto today. A 2011 report by Transportation For America, a coalition of environmental, business, public health, development and transportation organizations ranked Las Vegas, NV as the 11th most dangerous city to walk in the United States. However, the same report showed that the Las Vegas area was the 49th city in the United States for money invested in pedestrian safety, with only $0.37 spent per person. Between 2000 and 2009, 421 pedestrians died in Las Vegas traffic accidents and Las Vegas pedestrian accidents are generally more fatal than pedestrian accidents in other [...]

Violating New 3′ Bicycle Law Will Result in Las Vegas Reckless Driving Citation

By | 2012-05-13T12:34:53-07:00 May 13th, 2012|Categories: General Ticket Info, Henderson Legal News, Las Vegas Legal News, Local News, Online Legal Services, Road Rules|Tags: , , , , |

In the last legislative session, Senators David Parks and John Lee and Assemblyman Elliot Anderson were the primary sponsors of Senate Bill 248 (SB248) which amended the Nevada revised statutes to require automobiles passing bicycles to either move to the left lane (when available) or pass the bicycle with 3’ of space. The bill amended the Nevada Revised Statues (NRS) section on bicycles, NRS424B.270, and persons who violate the new provision, which came into effect in October 2011, are charged with Nevada reckless driving. IF you have been ticketed with a Las Vegas reckless driving offense, and wish to fight or fix your ticket online without a time consuming court visit, log onto Yesterday, the Southern Nevada RTC and bicyclist advocacy groups Las Vegas Cyclery and Public Pedal and GB Henderson Education held an awareness ride and a Safe Bike Festival in support of the new 3’ bicycle passing law. GB Henderson, an education non-profit that promotes healthy living, sponsored a 5-mile ride. In addition, 15-mile and 30-mile rides were also held. All three rides ended around 10:30am at the RTC’s Bicycle Center at the Bonneville Transit Center in downtown Las Vegas. The Safe Bike Fest features a bike [...]

Quick Thinking Prevents North Las Vegas Pedestrian Death

By | 2012-05-12T20:22:58-07:00 May 12th, 2012|Categories: General Ticket Info, Las Vegas Legal News, Local News, Road Rules|Tags: , , , , , |

While traffic fatalities in the United States have shown a dramatic decline over the past two years, Clark County and the rest of the Las Vegas area have shown an alarming rise in both pedestrian deaths and other auto accident fatalities. However, due to the quick thinking of a North Las Vegas driver, the Las Vegas pedestrian accident death toll is one less today. As a 5-year old girl girl ran out from between two parallel parked cars on Maple Mesa St., directly in front of a car heading down the North Las Vegas street. The driver immediately swerved and instead of the young girl being hit head on, she was only grazed by the vehicle’s side mirror. North Las Vegas police credit the driver with saving the girl’s life. The girl was rushed to Univ. Medical Center for observation, with the fear she may have suffered a head injury. If you have been ticketed for a Las Vegas pedestrian accident, and wish to fight or fix your ticket, log onto today. So far this year, there have been 69 Las Vegas traffic fatalities. Regional Transit Commission traffic engineers have been working to find solutions to the area’s traffic [...]

Avoid Long Lines at Clark County Traffic Court by Logging On To Today

By | 2012-05-09T18:46:09-07:00 May 9th, 2012|Categories: Ask The Traffic Attorney, DUI, General Ticket Info, Henderson Legal News, Las Vegas Legal News, Local News, Online Legal Services, Road Rules, Traffic Arrest Warrants|Tags: , , , , , , |

If you get a Las Vegas traffic ticket, do you want to fight the long lines at Clark County Traffic Court, losing a day’s pay from work, to fight a Las Vegas traffic ticket? The Clark County traffic court system in 2007 processed approximately 250,000 Las Vegas traffic tickets annually, but now sees nearly 310,000 Clark County speeding tickets, DUI cases and more handled in the traffic courts. has developed an exclusive online ticket processing system that enables you to avoid annoying and time consuming court visits for most minor driving infractions and traffic warrants. We also represent those who have received Las Vegas DUI citations, however, for these more complicated cases, most require court visits and meetings with our attorneys. In a recent interview with the judge who heads Clark County’s Traffic Court, Karen Bennett-Haron, she mentioned that the court does not employ the necessary personel to process the many Las Vegas traffic citations that pass through the court. She even wondered about the efficacy of writing new traffic law, as it has become so arduous for her court to enforce the laws behind Clark County traffic tickets. Judge Bennett-Haron even calls into question whether or not the [...]

Las Vegas Metro Police Targeting Dangerous Drivers At Dangerous Intersections

By | 2012-05-02T15:39:38-07:00 May 2nd, 2012|Categories: Cellphones and Visual distractions, Distraction on the Road: Texting, DUI, General Ticket Info, Henderson Legal News, Las Vegas Legal News, Local News, Road Rules|Tags: , , , , , , , |

Local police agencies like Las Vegas Metro Police, Clark County Sheriffs, Henderson Police, Boulder City Police and Nevada Highway Patrol, in response to the areas growing death toll from pedestrian and automobile accidents are increasing enforcement of known to be dangerous intersections. Las Vegas police are looking specifically for drivers who are violating crosswalk ordinances, unsafely changing lanes, speeding, talking to texting on cell phones and general disobeying traffic laws. Officers will be out in record numbers in response primarily to the 45 traffic deaths that have been killed in Las Vegas alone. If you have been ticketed for Las Vegas speeding or other Nevada traffic infraction, contact today to fight or fix your Las Vegas speeding ticket. The extra patrols this weekend are being paid for by a state funded public safety grant. On Wednesday, May 2nd, Las Vegas Metro Police targeted the intersection of Maryland Parkway and Desert Inn Road. At the intersection of Charleston and Lamb Blvd in North Las Vegas, police will also be paying special attention to drivers. Mesquite drivers will see extra attention on Thursday May 3rd. On Friday, expect to see significant enforcement efforts around Losee Road near Craig and Cheyenne in [...]

Las Vegas Metro PD has Issued Over 2200 Tickets for Mobile Phone Use While Driving

By | 2012-04-30T16:04:38-07:00 April 30th, 2012|Categories: Ask The Traffic Attorney, Cellphones and Visual distractions, Distraction on the Road: Texting, General Ticket Info, Las Vegas Legal News, Local News, Road Rules, Technology and the LAW|Tags: , , , , |

In the last legislative session, the Nevada legislature passed and the governor SB140 which outlawed the sending of text messages and the use of mobile phones while driving here in the Silver State. The bill gave primacy to the state law, preventing further legislation from cities and counties. The law came into effect October 1st, 2011, and if seen by a police using their cell phone, drivers were issued a warning. Starting January 1, 2012, drivers were then ticketed and fined for using their cell phones while driving. The first time someone is fined for using a mobile phone while driving, they must pay $50. The second time the fine climbs to $100 and the third time someone is ticketed for driving while on their mobile, they are fined for $250. If someone is not fined for a mobile phone driving offense for seven years, their next infraction is considered a first infraction. If you have been ticketed for a Las Vegas driving while using your cell phone infraction and would like to fight or fix your ticket, log onto today. So far in 2012, the Las Vegas Metro PD have issued over 2200 tickets for using your mobile [...]

How Do Women Get Fewer Traffic Tickets Than Men?

By | 2012-04-25T17:49:03-07:00 April 25th, 2012|Categories: Ask The Traffic Attorney, General Ticket Info, Las Vegas Legal News, Local News, Road Rules|Tags: , , , , , |

I wouldn’t believe it if I hadn’t seen it with my own eyes. Today, in the car with an attractive woman friend, she took an illegal left turn and was pulled over by police. She’s lied in Nevada for approximately four years, yet still has a license and plates registered in her home state. This is an attractive woman, by far, but she’s not Helen of Troy. The inside of her car had some clutter, but was relatively clean. She immediately handed the policeman her up to date out of state license, registration and insurance and the officer headed back to his cruiser. However, he returned in a fraction of the time taken in most traffic stops and told my female friend and co-worker that he hates to give people from out of state. Not all of us are that lucky, however, so if you have gotten a Las Vegas speeding ticket and wish to fight or fix your infraction, contact for a free consultation with a Nevada traffic attorney. While many believe that men are better drivers than women, a 2009 study by the GS or The General Social Survey that women were half as likely to get [...]

Nevada DOT Warns of Dangerous Driving in Las Vegas Consturction Zones

By | 2012-04-23T17:36:23-07:00 April 23rd, 2012|Categories: Ask The Traffic Attorney, General Ticket Info, Las Vegas Legal News, Local News, Online Legal Services, Road Rules, Technology and the LAW|Tags: , , , , |

The Department of Transportation here in Nevada is tasked with an extensive list of duties. It builds, plans, operates and maintains the Silver State’s one thousand bridges and fifty four hundred miles of highways. The state is separated into three districts, each managed by a District Engineer who is responsible for traffic safety in that entire geographical area. In its function of operating Nevada’s highways and bridges, the Nevada DOT conducts awareness campaigns throughout the year. Not only does the department issue press releases about highway and off ramp closures but also works with local municipalities and counties to create traffic safety programs. Some of these programs include announcements to warn motorists of the spring migration of animals, others are to combat traffic incidents that are statistically on the rise, such as pedestrian safety. Last week, the Nevada DOT began its awareness program to warn motorists of the dangers of speeding in construction zones – in coordination with the national awareness week for work zones. If you have a Las Vegas work zone violation ticket, and wish to fight or fix it online, log onto today for a free legal consultation. Getting a ticket in a Nevada work zone [...]

Physics PhD Refutes CA Traffic Ticket, In Las Vegas, Contact

By | 2012-04-18T17:28:18-07:00 April 18th, 2012|Categories: Ask The Traffic Attorney, DUI, General Ticket Info, Local News, Online Legal Services, Road Rules, Technology and the LAW, Traffic Arrest Warrants|Tags: , , , , |

Ever get a traffic ticket and been certain the officer was completely incorrect? Unfortunately, you were afraid to fight the system, concerned about repeated court visits, additional fines for late payments and of just earning the ire of local traffic authorities. However, you have options. If you happen to have a PhD in Physics, you could go to court with an academic research paper explaining how the officer incorrectly saw you roll through a stop sign, due to the angle the officer observed the traffic incident, the automobile’s rate of acceleration and deceleration and the number of obstructions to the officer’s view of the vehicle. Unfortunately, however, you, like the rest of us, struggled through high school geometry and algebra and have no means to determine your vehicle’s angular speed with respect to the police cruiser thirty meters away. Thus, you need more traditional means to fight or fix your Las Vegas traffic ticket. worked closely with local traffic authorities to ease the processing of Las Vegas traffic tickets. Our online traffic ticket processing system enables you, whether you are a lifelong Las Vegas resident or you were in Vegas as a tourist, on business or an all-expenses paid [...]

Las Vegas Traffic Accidents May Rise on Tax Day

By | 2012-04-17T21:25:56-07:00 April 17th, 2012|Categories: Ask The Traffic Attorney, DUI, General Ticket Info, Henderson Legal News, Las Vegas Legal News, Local News, Online Legal Services, Road Rules|Tags: , , , , , |

When you ask people what they think the most dangerous days to drive their cars during the year, they will usually answer St. Patrick’s Day, New Year’s Eve, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Thanksgiving, Independence Day or Halloween. Those are all days of celebration do result in a large number of DUIs and DUI traffic accidents. There is one dangerous day during the year that, however, remains off most people’s lists. Statistical research and analysis performed by the University of Toronto showed that traffic fatalities on tax day were six percent more likely than any other April Day since 1980. The study was commissioned by two professors with the University’s Institute for Health Policy. If you have been ticketed for distracted driving in Las Vegas on April 17th, or any other day, log onto today. One surprising data point from the University of Toronto study was that it showed no appreciable decline in accidents in recent years with the rise of electronic filing of tax returns. While the ability to complete and file your taxes online has significantly reduced the amount of breakneck dashes to the post office, the resulting decline of traffic fatalities on tax day did not. One [...]

Las Vegas Traffic Stops May Lead to Illegal Asset Forfeiture

By | 2012-04-02T18:33:05-07:00 April 2nd, 2012|Categories: Ask The Traffic Attorney, Henderson Legal News, Las Vegas Legal News, Local News, Online Legal Services, Road Rules, Technology and the LAW, Traffic Arrest Warrants|Tags: , , , , , |

Imagine driving across country, along I-70 in Illinois and seeing police lights flashing in your rearview mirror, with a State or Municipal police cruiser signaling for you to pull over. You stop safely on the side of the road, and the officer informs you that he or she pulled over for an illegal lane change. You are asked for and hand over your license and registration, and the officer heads back to the cruiser. After a few moments, the policeman returns to the car, and says you are being let off with a warning. Then something strange occurs. As you are told you are free to go you are then asked if you would consent to a few questions. You comply and are then asked if you have any illicit drugs, large amounts of cash or weapons. You reply no to each of these questions. If you have been pulled over in a Las Vegas Interstate stop and have had significant property seized, contact today. Then the police officer asks you to consent for your car to be searched. Maybe he even has a police dog circle your vehicle, sniffing for drugs. Maybe you have a significant amount of [...]

Las Vegas Red Light Camera Use Could Increase

By | 2012-03-30T15:26:58-07:00 March 30th, 2012|Categories: General Ticket Info, Las Vegas Legal News, Local News, Road Rules, Technology and the LAW|Tags: , , , , |

Many Nevadan’s believe that automated traffic cameras in the state are illegal, but there are certain instances when these traffic regulation devices are legal here. For red light and other traffic cameras to be legal in Nevada they have to be installed on police property or on a police vehicle. However, if the camera are installed correctly, they can be used to nab traffic violators automatically, like they do in most states. However, automatic traffic cameras are not always the most efficient solution to a municipalities traffic safety issues. If you have been ticketed for Las Vegas speeding by an automated camera or even if you were pulled over by the Las Vegas Metro police, contact today. Red light cameras are touted as a tool by law enforcement and political leaders as a way to increase safety and prevent accidents, specifically T-bone accidents in intersections where one person has ran the red light. However, research shows that while T-bone accidents decline once a red light traffic camera has been installed, rear-end collisions increase. However, statistical validity of the studies is called into question. The US Department of Transportation has begun a farther reaching study in an attempt to derive [...]