Flashing Lights Put in School Zones

Flashing Lights Put in School Zones

HACIENDA HEIGHTS – Solar-powered flashing lights installed in 31 school zones throughout Los Angeles County will warn motorists of upcoming school zones and reduced speed limits, the manufacturer announced Thursday. Teams from Santa Cruz-based Carmanah...
New Solar Lights Now Flashing

New Solar Lights Now Flashing

LA Daily News Staff Reports STEVENSON RANCH – Solar-powered flashing lights have been installed in 31 school zones throughout Los Angeles County including locations in Stevenson Ranch to warn motorists to slow when children are present. Teams from Santa...
Cathedral Grove Parking Lot Plan Scuttled

Cathedral Grove Parking Lot Plan Scuttled

The B.C. government has abandoned plans for a parking lot at Cathedral Grove that prompted environmentalists to camp out in the trees along Highway 4 for the past two years. B.C. Parks will instead use “traffic-calming” devices to reduce congestion and...
Speed Zapper: Resolution for Dangerous Magna Crosswalk

Speed Zapper: Resolution for Dangerous Magna Crosswalk

It started last April with a plea from a grieving mother whose four-year-old son was hit and killed on a dangerous stretch of 3500 South and 8150 West in Magna. It is the same spot where a 15-year-old boy was also hit and seriously injured. Meshell Hayes wanted a...
Lighting the Way for Pedestrians

Lighting the Way for Pedestrians

The Birkshire Eagle By Ellen G. Lahr GREAT BARRINGTON – Several downtown businesses have joined a new local company’s effort to buy and install wireless, solar-powered pedestrian lights in Main Street’s crosswalks. GoodWorks LLC, established in Great...
IndustryNEWS: Districts Ease School Zone Traffic Congestion

IndustryNEWS: Districts Ease School Zone Traffic Congestion

In conjunction with Contra Costa County and the cities of Danville and San Ramon, the San Ramon Valley Unified School District In California is working to formulate a traffic congestion relief program around its school zone. Among the mitigation measures to be...