After getting a ticket, a Medford-based chiropractor plans to file a class-action lawsuit against the city for having a yellow light that lasts 3.5 seconds. The Oregon Department of Transportation's required minimum for such yellow lights is four seconds.
Initially created to take down drug lords, civil asset forfeiture has morphed into an excuse by federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies to confiscate cash and other property regardless of whether a person is charged with a crime.
Some approaches to safe systems design aren't reasonable. In particular, the idea that cars should never go faster than the speed at which a fatal injury might occur if there's a conflict with a vulnerable road user is mostly nonsensical.