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"Driving on a busy highway [and] having to navigate lane changes is more cognitively demanding than driving down a straight stretch of empty highway," said Madsen. "People have limited attention. When a driver's cognitive load is already maxed out, adding on an attention-grabbing, sobering reminder of highway deaths [can] become a dangerous distraction."


Every motor carrier subject to the highway use tax must keep daily records of the miles traveled in New York by each vehicle that has been issued a certificate of registration to operate in New York State. For more information, see Tax Bulletin Recordkeeping Requirements - Highway Use Tax (TB-HU-765).


The Network Addon Mod (NAM) all transportation network-related fixes, additions and new creations that have been released so far. It adds countless new features to the existing network tools, such as traffic simulator improvements, new overpasses, highway onramps, intersections, pedestrian malls, a ground light rail network, roundabouts and turning lanes.


You must file Form 2290 and Schedule 1 for the tax period beginning on July 1, 2022, and ending on June 30, 2023, if a taxable highway motor vehicle (defined later) is registered, or required to be registered, in your name under state, District of Columbia, Canadian, or Mexican law at the time of its first use during the tax period and the vehicle has a taxable gross weight of 55,000 pounds or more. See the examples under When To File, later.


From July through December 2021, advance payments were sent automatically to taxpayers with qualifying children who met certain criteria. The advance child tax credit payments were early payments of up to 50% of the estimated child tax credit that taxpayers may properly claim on their 2021 returns. Go to IRS.gov/AdvCTC for more information about these payments and how they can affect your taxes.


Texas is a big state, and getting around it burns a lot of fuel. Texans use about 13 billion gallons of gasoline and 4.5 billion gallons of diesel fuel each year, as well as much smaller amounts of various alternative fuels such as compressed and liquefied natural gas. According to federal statistics, only eight nations used more gasoline and diesel than Texas in 2012.


Out of the $3.4 billion collected in state motor fuels taxes in fiscal 2015, net revenue from the gasoline tax totaled nearly $2.6 billion; diesel accounted for $860.9 million; and other motor fuels, such as liquefied and compressed natural gas, brought in the remaining $5.1 million. Gasoline and diesel thus made up more than 99.8 percent of all motor fuel receipts, with gasoline alone comprising about three-quarters of the entire amount.


Inductive charging equipment, which uses an electromagnetic field to transfer electricity to an EV without a cord, has been introduced commercially for installation as an aftermarket add-on. Some currently available wireless charging stations operate at power levels comparable to Level 2, though this technology is more common for transit or other fleet operations at higher power levels comparable to DC fast.


The House Transportation and Energy Committee voted no on Senate Bill 16-123 (SB 123) on April 21. The discussion, however, prompted new changes in the pass procedures for HOV Express Lanes, which include the following: Motorcycles will no longer be required to have a pass to use CDOT's High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) Express Lanes to for free.* Learn more about HOV Express Lanes.


Low-speed motorcycles are less than 50 cubic centimeters (cc) or have a 1.5 brake horsepower motor or less with a maximum speed no more than 35 miles per hour on a flat surface. Low-speed motorcycles may not be driven on any state toll road, limited-access highway or any public road with a posted speed limit greater than 35 miles per hour. Low-speed motorcycles must be titled, registered and insured. Basic auto license holders can operate a low-speed motorcycle without any endorsement or separate motorcycle license.


You're driving along an Interstate, perhaps I-95, minding your own business when suddenly, up ahead, there's a toll booth! And another one after that. And still more toll booths. Does the Federal Government know about this, you wonder. Is the State trying to balance its budget by "taxing" out-of-State motorists? Didn't you already pay for this road with your gas tax? And so, you go home and write a letter to the President asking how in the world these States can be charging you for use of an Interstate highway that you already paid for.


The Rambler envies his predecessors who answered inquiries about toll charges on the Interstate System. They could simply explain that in general, no Federal funds had been used for the turnpikes or other toll facilities. In some cases, Federal funds were used to build interchanges between toll-free Interstates and Interstate turnpikes. However, under Section 113 (c) of the Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1956, the State highway agency and toll authority had to first enter into an agreement to use all toll revenue to pay for debt retirement, maintenance, and operation, after which toll collection would end.


Over the years, Federal law has changed, allowing the States to request cancellation of those agreements. Further, Federal law has become far more flexible about the use of Federal-aid funds for new toll facilities and even existing toll-free roads. So it's a little more complicated. But the basics remain the same.


The lack of an interchange becomes even more of a problem during peak periods, such as the Sunday after Thanksgiving, when traffic becomes backed up at the toll booths on the turnpike and on U.S. 30 and I-70. Many a motorist, trapped in gridlock after giving thanks to a higher authority for their blessings, has asked a lower authority to ensure a very warm spot in the afterlife for the highway engineers who conceived this design.


On June 23, 2022, the FTC proposed the Motor Vehicle Dealers Trade Regulation Rule, which seeks to "protect consumers and honest dealers by making the car-buying process more clear and competitive." The rule would regulate dealers exempt from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's (CFPB) jurisdiction pursuant to the Dodd-Frank Act Section 1029(a). In addition, the expansive Rule would regulate sales practices related to various modes of transportation, as the definition of "Motor Vehicle" means 1) any self-propelled vehicle designed for transporting persons or property on a street, highway or other road; 2) recreational boats and marine equipment; 3) motorcycles; 4) motor homes, recreational vehicle trailers and slide-in campers, as those terms are defined in Sections 571.3(b) and 575.103(d) of Title 49, Code of Federal Regulations, or any successor thereto; and 5) other vehicles that are titled and sold through dealers.


Any person that operates or causes to be operated on any highway in this state any eligible motor vehicle. An eligible motor vehicle has a gross weight of twenty-six thousand pounds or more and carries a classification between Class 8 and Class 13, inclusive, under the Federal Highway Administration vehicle classification system must register for a Highway Use Fee Permit.


The investigators found that there were 4.5% more crashes along the 10 kilometers (6.21 miles) of highway where death numbers were displayed during weeks when they were shown than in message-free weeks.


Since civil engineers are responsible for the safety and efficiency of roadways, they must also be prepared to thoroughly test designs for safety and practicality. Roundabouts, for example, come in multiple types, many of which provide equal levels of safety but also come with a learning curve for drivers. To help quicken the testing process, engineers are now using simulation software to test their designs in a faster, safer, and more efficient manner. 041b061a72


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