🔗 It’s time for a nationwide ban of right-on-red turns // David Zipper

The good news is that U.S. cities are starting to recognize these downsides, which are particularly troubling at a time when pedestrian and cyclist deaths have hit their highest levels in 40 years. Several local governments have recently adopted no-turn-on-red policies, and others are considering doing the same. This trend should be encouraged. Right-on-red is an ill-conceived traffic rule that needs to die.

The uncertainty and pressure of turning right on red sucks. Selfishly, I just hate getting honks for not turning.