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Editorial/Commentary News February 25, 2015
Anticipating new development and increased traffic, one Texas city came up with a bold solution: a reconstructed roadway that preserves long-term sustainability while maximizing development potential.   The city of Rowlett, northeast of Dallas, is experiencing significant growth fueled by two...
Safety Products February 24, 2015
How can we help you design a complete retaining wall solution for your next project? Redi-Rock blocks stack up like giant Legos, which eliminates many common construction errors. The massive size of each one-ton block allows tall gravity walls to be built or even taller reinforced walls with the...
Safety News February 11, 2015
  Using $2.5 million in federal funds, the Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT) announced that it will install a series of traffic monitoring cameras at 47 site locations along highways in the greater Tulsa area.   The new cameras will expand on the current 54-camera system being operated...
Safety News February 06, 2015
The Island Park area through which U.S. 20 runs in the state of Idaho has seen, according to Idaho Transportation Department (ITD) statistics, 169 wildlife collisions during the period from 2005 to 2009. Moose, elk and deer are prevalent in the area, and these collisions have resulted not only in...
Safety Products January 26, 2015
IAS is the OEM producer of The Trucker Series trailer access products. Trucker products are quality-designed and safety-engineered for fall protection and trucking productivity.   Our products are versatile to match any truck style and deliver practical features including three-points-of-contact...
Safety Products January 26, 2015
Site-Safe Truck Sales offers rugged, contractor-proven quality TMA trucks.   Trucks include an International 4300 model chassis, NCHRP 350 TL-3 rated TMA, MUTCD compliant arrow board or full matrix message board, 24-ft bed, stake racks and GPS tracking hardware. Site & strobe lights available...
Safety Products January 26, 2015
Retro-Rail is a low-cost concept for upgrading the length of need of low-height w-beam guardrail systems. The system utilizes proven cable technology to easily upgrade existing guardrail performance to meet MASH Test Level 3 criteria. Retro-Rail is currently accepted for use on guardrail systems...
Safety Article January 05, 2015
Transportation professionals view the setting of appropriate regulatory speed limits on public roads, including those under repair or reconstruction, as an important tool in promoting safe and efficient operations. To aid this decision-making process, state highway agencies have adopted policies...
Safety Article January 05, 2015
Navigating work zones can be challenging for all pedestrians. However, it’s especially difficult for people who are blind or visually impaired. Due to differences in spatial perception as compared to sighted travelers, people with vision impairment usually encounter physical or information barriers...
Safety News December 29, 2014
On the eve of the Christmas holiday, the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) made, via the Federal Register, a formal request for crash data and other findings regarding Trinity Industries’ ET-Plus guardrail end terminal, following protracted allegations that have surfaced regarding misleading...
Safety News December 15, 2014
In this instructional video, WorkSafeBC shows equipment operators what to do in the event of a compactor rollover.  
Safety Article December 04, 2014
Humans and wildlife interact in some form or another on a daily basis.   If you are one of the many people that enjoy viewing wildlife, sightings can be exciting, but when traveling at high speeds, close encounters can be dangerous or even fatal. In the 1990s, the number of vehicular accidents...
Safety News December 02, 2014
The new orange is coming to Wisconsin.   The Wisconsin DOT announced it would be using orange pavement markings in at least three separate locations throughout the Zoo Interchange project to see if the change in color does make a difference when it comes to safety. It’s the first known application...
Safety Products December 01, 2014
Avery Dennison overlays are made with a special acrylic polymer that allows them to provide durable protection to finished signs, and they are also the easiest to weed in the industry. All are coated with a pressure-sensitive adhesive and designed for computer sign cutting and application on the...
Safety Products December 01, 2014
TrafficJet is a new inkjet printing system that digitally prints traffic control and other custom signage on a just-in-time basis. It is a clean, simple and cost-effective way to improve the product quality and production capacity of any traffic safety or reflective sign-making operation. This...
Safety Products December 01, 2014
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Avery Dennison’s T-6000 High Intensity Series is the industry’s first prismatic high-intensity sheeting. Providing vibrant daytime colors and higher reflectivity than glass bead sheeting, this film is the whitest in the industry. Engineered to be computer cut using drum or flatbed plotters, it...
Safety Products December 01, 2014
TrafficJet allows you to make full use of sheeting width by nesting signs of various types, sizes and colors across the full web. This allows you to reduce raw material cost and streamline operations by keeping fewer sheeting widths and colors in inventory.
Safety Products September 24, 2014
The X-Lite End Terminal from Lindsay Transportation Solutions uses next-generation, non-extruding technology to absorb the energy of impacting vehicles. When compared to older extruding end terminals, Lindsay Transportation Solutions provides improved vehicle control and increased occupant safety....
Safety Products July 30, 2014
Mobile Barriers MBT-1—strong, highly mobile barriers for temporary work zones, mobile operations and incident management. Improves safety, efficiency and traffic flows. Drives at speed and simply parks to work. Fully integrated and self-contained with onboard power, lights, decks, storage, signage...
Safety News July 15, 2014
While road safety nationwide has improved greatly in the last decade, traffic fatality rates are still generally higher in the northern-plains and southern states than in the Northeast, Midwest and West, according to a University of Michigan researcher.   Michael Sivak, research professor at the...

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