URGES REFORMS IN RULES FOR TRAFFIC
December 29, 1922
More uniform traffic regulations, written in plain, brief language, was urged for the protection of motorists by William P. Eno at a meeting of the subcommittee on traffic and safety of the public order committee of the Board of Trade. Tourists, he said, are being arrested for unintentional violation of the traffic laws under present conditions.
Discussion of a revision of the local traffic regulations brought out the statement that "the man to the right has the right of way," rule is dangerous and a cause of traffic congestion at street intersections.
The subcommittee will make a complete study of the present traffic regulations in Washington for the purpose of establishing whether any of the recommendations made by the committee in the past years have been accepted and applied. W. Pearce Raynor is chairman.
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