If we are to be held liable for a mis-measurement, then we need to require that we have police escort to measure against traffic, if that is how the event will be run. The event can pay for that, or we won't measure for certification.
The problem I see is that they state in the article that measurers must follow the rules of the road. I guess most of my courses could not be measured accurately, then, as I am riding against traffic, and across lanes, on almost every course I measure.
Further, this was measured overseas. If I am not mistaken, only in the USA (and, maybe, Canada) are two measurements of the course required. I would not put my name on a course if I have not measured it twice, as I am human, and could make mistakes that are not apparent until someone else measures the course (if only with a GPS). I like our requirement for two measurements, preferably one in each direction.
How embarrassing for the measurer!