How We’re Responding to COVID-19

As you are aware, COVID-19 has created unprecedented levels of disruption and uncertainty around the globe. In the midst of this, we wanted to let you know about some of the steps we’re taking at Carmanah to help blunt the impact of the virus in our community,...

Introducing StreetHub Connected Beacons and Signs

Around the world, cities are becoming more livable, workable, and sustainable thanks to the rise of so-called “smart technologies.” Trash cans now alert waste management workers when they need to be emptied. Traffic engineers adjust and coordinate signals to improve...

Vandalism Testing of SpeedCheck Radar Speed Sign

  SpeedCheck’s Built-In Protection The SpeedCheck display is protected by a shatter-resistant polycarbonate window combined with an inner LED flex board that acts like a shield and absorbs impact, keeping its internal components safe from damage.   Our...

Exploring School Zone Safety Treatment Options

    Ensuring drivers see and react to signage starts with effective products and proper placement Ensuring that drivers see, acknowledge, and obey signage is always important, but is especially vital in school zones, where young people are traveling to and...

Funding and Grant Opportunities for Traffic Safety Projects

  New resource page explores grant resources for traffic safety projects   Traffic calming and walkability projects often require significant budgets, which can stretch municipalities beyond their means. Many grants and other funding sources are available at...

Carmanah Supports Vision Zero

  What is Vision Zero? In the U.S. alone, 40,000 people are killed in traffic crashes each year. In the past, the school of thought said traffic-related deaths are inevitable, and perfecting human behavior is the way to prevent collisions. Vision Zero a global...