The Safe System Approach: Rethinking roadway safety

The Safe System Approach: Rethinking roadway safety

Pedestrian deaths have hit another historic high in the U.S., with at least 7,508 people struck and killed while walking in 2022. Overall traffic fatalities are even worse: 12.9% Americans per 100,000 died in motor vehicle crashes in 2021–the highest in the...
Introducing the MX Series: Simple, Affordable Connectivity

Introducing the MX Series: Simple, Affordable Connectivity

It’s always an exciting day when we get to launch something new, and today we’ve got something big. We’d like to introduce our new MX Series of connected beacons and signs: the simplest and most affordable way to monitor, control, and gather data from roadway safety...
LED Enhanced Signs: Frequently Asked Questions

LED Enhanced Signs: Frequently Asked Questions

Here’s a sobering thought: Every time we leave the house, whether by car, bus, bicycle, or on foot, our lives depend on people seeing and obeying traffic signs. We count on drivers to stop at stop signs, slow down in school zones, and turn left (and right) at...
Five steps to creating Complete Streets

Five steps to creating Complete Streets

For decades, street design in the United States and Canada was about one thing and one thing only: moving motorized vehicles from point A to point B as quickly as possible. The result is a continent criss-crossed by multi-lane freeways, sprawling suburbs, and streets...