D.C.'s right on red is on the chopping block. Once, no right turns were allowed.
Among the decorative items gracing the walls of my apartment back when I was in college was a "No Turn on Red" sign. I can't remember where my roommate and I got it, but we agreed it wasn't as interesting to look at as the Blondie poster.
No turn on red - specifically, no right turn on red, or RTOR - is in the news around here because the District is considering banning it at 100 intersections.
My colleague Fredrick Kunkle recently explored the interesting history of RTOR and how the...