School Zone Safety Part 3: Radar speed signs

School Zone Safety Part 3: Radar speed signs

Watch Part 3 of our school zone safety series According to the American Automobile Association, driving at inappropriate speeds—either faster or slower than posted limits—nearly triples the odds of being involved in a crash or near-crash. Slowing down traffic saves...
How Applied Information Technology Works with Carmanah Products

How Applied Information Technology Works with Carmanah Products

Building AI into your safety program simplifies maintenance and monitoring When it comes to traffic safety, we are committed to making it easy to build upon the foundation our beacons and signs offer in school zones, at crosswalks, and more. That’s why Carmanah...
Radar Speed Signs Top Traffic Calming List

Radar Speed Signs Top Traffic Calming List

Compare Radar Speed Signs vs Speed Humps What’s the best way to slow traffic? Speed humps are a proven solution, with 85th percentile speeds reduced by 4 to 23 mph. Speed humps, which are usually 12–14 feet wide and 3–4 inches high, should not be confused with speed...