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Radar Speed Signs in Industrial Areas

The Dangers Every kind of industrial area can have potential dangers. The use of heavy equipment, explosive or flammable substances, weighty construction materials, cutting and welding tools that are used on a daily basis, all these things can be hazards that most people don't experience in their day to day lives. But to add to [...]

Using Variable Speed Signs in Multi-Purpose Areas to Eliminate Driver Confusion

Pedestrians and Vehicular Areas Some of the most dangerous driving areas are those with both pedestrian, and vehicular traffic. It is essential that traffic be carefully monitored through the use of traffic calming measures like MUTCD signs. Since there are many areas that may require attendance, just using a standard traffic sign is probably not [...]

Hidden Dangers of Some Traffic Calming Devices

Every device intended for traffic calming has pros and cons. Some which might be terrible in one situation could be ideal in another. But this makes it especially important you carefully look at the options before you decide which measures and devices are a good fit for your area. Whether you're with a local government [...]

Why are Radar Speed Signs Better Than Stop Signs for Traffic Calming

Stop signs are necessary at many intersections to help the flow of traffic. Using the signs as a traffic slowing device, however, is often a poor choice. If your town or city is having problems with speeds on a particular stretch of road, putting stops at intersections on that road might seem like a good [...]

Discovering Traffic Calming Needs and Finding an Answer

It is always good to be thinking about traffic calming actions, but in order to decide what sort of solution is right you need to first come to a conclusion about whether or not there really is a problem to be solved. All the same, waiting for an accident to occur before taking preventative steps [...]

By |August 27th, 2014|Driver Feedback Signs, Traffic Safety|0 Comments

Radar Speed Signs for Affordable Traffic Calming

Some of the most common traffic calming methods used today are built in at the time of roadway construction. Things like extended curbs, roundabouts, center medians and forced turn lanes are all considered traffic calming devices. Anything that forces traffic in one direction or narrows lanes has the potential to slow traffic down. But these [...]

Protect Kids in Your Neighborhood with Driver Feedback Signs

Traffic calming techniques have several purposes, including improving traffic flow and lessening congestion. The main reason for traffic calming measures like driver feedback signs, however, is to prevent accidents and save lives. If traffic is a problem or a potential problem where you and your family live, the addition of driver feedback signs can help [...]

Traffic Calming on Business Campuses: More Than Accident Prevention

The many benefits of using good traffic calming measures on your corporate campus make the small investment in these measures well worth the cost. You can gain a lower accident rate, less congestion and a more pleasing area to walk and drive in when you use the right traffic control techniques like driver feedback signs [...]

How Deployment of Radar Speed Signs Dramatically Enhances Pedestrian Safety

Pedestrians’ risk of involvement in a vehicular accident rises as speed rises, and in the case of pedestrian’s hit by vehicles, the vehicle speed plays a key role in the severity of the injuries and survival rate. Communities recognize areas where drivers routinely exceed the posted speed limit as an increased risk to pedestrian safety, [...]

Traffic Impact Study: Are Radar Speed Signs Effective?

Community groups facing tough speeding challenges look for creative, cost effective solutions that make smart use of available funding. Municipalities need to know that speeding enforcement dollars are spent on programs that will affect real benefits in their community. Radar speed signs have been studied for effectiveness and tested in the field. City managers should [...]