Roadside Safety Advisory Systems

U.S. 60 exit to I-10 in Tempe, Ariz.
News December 13, 2018
Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) efforts that have improved safety on a busy stretch of westbound U.S. 60 in Tempe and advanced a first-in-the-nation system that reduces the risk from wrong-way drivers have been honored by the National Operations Center of Excellence.   The organization...
wrong-way crashes
News May 30, 2018
The state of Arizona is investing in a potential high-tech solution to instantly alert police and motorists to the presence of a wrong-way driver on a roadway.   The state is the first in the nation to test thermal cameras to combat the rate of wrong-way collisions. The number of Americans killed...
The wrong-way detection signs will go in at the I-15-Starr Avenue interchange, which is now under construction
News December 08, 2017
The I-15/Starr Avenue interchange project in Clark County, Nev., has aimed, since its inception, to reduce crashes and alleviate local-road congestion—and a new, fairly simple safety measure has Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT) officials optimistic that incident reduction will happen...
Wrong way driving warning sign
News July 28, 2017
The Arizona State Transportation Board has scheduled a special meeting Friday to award a grant to one of three bidders to work on a system that could help stop wrong-way drivers.   The board's decision will follow its approval last month of a $3.7 million plan to construct a thermal-detection...
Truck on highway
News July 25, 2017
The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) is now using infrared technology to try to stop truck drivers with dangerously large loads from hitting freeway bridges and overpasses.   When trucks that are too tall slam into these structures, it can cause traffic tie-ups and congestion that impacts...
Georgia DOT launches first U.S. statewide highway assistance and maintenance program

Photo source: Georgia DOT

News February 07, 2017
The Georgia Department of Transportation’s (GDOT) new Coordinated Highway Assistance & Maintenance Program (CHAMP) begins its phased launch today in Northeast Georgia, with plans to roll out the service to five other districts in the state by this May.   CHAMP will serve most interstates across...
The barrier as well as a security camera system are being installed to prevent people from jumping off the bridge
News June 03, 2016
A $663,000 barrier intended to prevent people from jumping off the French King Bridge was recently approved by the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT).   Along with the proposed barrier, MassDOT last week installed and began testing a web-based mobile camera system on the bridge to...
News November 11, 2015
The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) and Transportation Operation and Management LLC (TOM), which is VDOT’s partner in emergency response for the state’s I-77 mountain tunnels, recently hosted a training exercise involving real-world possibilities in effort to draw up emergency response...
News March 31, 2015
The Iowa Department of Transportation (IDOT) has unveiled plans to install five new digital message signs along I-380 and Hwy. 30, respectively. A statement released by IDOT via Cathy Cutler, transportation planner with IDOT’s Cedar Rapids District 6 office, stipulated, “It's a way to reach out to...
News August 29, 2013
As technology continues to improve, transportation departments across North America are testing new methods to prevent vehicle collisions with wild animals. This has led to implementation of several kinds of detection systems at locations in the U.S. and Canada.   Efforts to date have focused...
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