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wrong-way vehicle incident detection systems
News May 01, 2019
The Connecticut DOT (CDOT) is planning to test technology designed to combat wrong-way vehicle incidents.   CDOT had initially announced back in February 2017 that the same technology could be installed on state roadways within that same year, but the department has faced a few challenges in...
Minnesota DOT winter maintenance

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News January 02, 2019
The Minnesota Department of Transportation's (MnDOT) Safety Innovation Team is introducing an LED lighted plow marker for winter maintenance activities in the state in order to reduce the number of motorist collisions with the department's snowplows.   In the winter of 2017-18, there were 84...
Oregon work-zone lighting

Crews using equipment lighting and balloon lights on an Oregon highway construction project.

Article June 01, 2018
It should go without saying that every state department of transportation prioritizes safety for its crews as well as for the traveling public when it comes to setting up work zones along any roadway, including making sure that motorists can clearly see where the work zone, crews and equipment are...
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...
Dutch town testing out traffic lights for distracted pedestrians
News February 17, 2017
Pedestrian distractions, notably from smart phones and other portable devices, continue to contribute to traffic and roadway incidents. There is, however, one small town in the Netherlands that is trying a unique approach to calling attention to the need for keeping one’s eyes on the road.  ...
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