Pavement Marking

Caltrans tests wrong-way driver pavement markings in San Diego
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The California DOT (Caltrans) this week is launching a new yearlong pilot project to reduce wrong-way driving incidents in San Diego by installing…
September 17, 2020
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Did you know that on average, we do 25% of our driving at night, yet almost 50% of traffic fatalities happen after dark? And when you add rain, the…
August 25, 2020
Even though work zones are a necessary part of maintaining and upgrading our nation’s highways, they continue to cause congestion and crashes. While…
Numerous studies show that rainy nighttime conditions pose a considerable danger to motorists. In fact, 49% of fatal traffic crashes occur at night…
June 17, 2020
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The International Road Assessment Programme (iRAP) and 3M announced today that 3M has become a Global Programme Partner in iRAP’s Star Rating for…
June 11, 2020
Help improve work zone safety by marking temporary work zones with removable, highly reflective, all-weather markings. These markings are reflective…
April 29, 2020
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A new American Traffic Safety Services Association (ATSSA) case study details the ways 16 states and the city of San Diego are tackling issues…
April 08, 2020
UPDATE: The Georgia DOT has deployed the next-gen lane-striping technology along the stretch of I-85. The aim of this new lane striping is to make…
January 09, 2020
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