Do You Know Your Road Signs?

Do You Know Your Road Signs?

For most of us who have been behind the wheel for more than a couple of years, the colors and meanings of street and road signs are second nature. Green means go. Red means stop. Orange means there’s hazards or road work ahead. Our mind seems to react instantaneously...
Webinar: StreetHub Remote Connectivity

Webinar: StreetHub Remote Connectivity

From trash cans to transit, it seems like everything these days is getting “smarter.” The expanding influence of the Internet of things (IoT) in our cities’ devices will further level up their safety and efficiency—and our beacons and signs are no...
Download the Carmanah Traffic Product Catalog

Download the Carmanah Traffic Product Catalog

Download our product catalog for a quick, on-hand guide to all Carmanah products, featuring spec sheets, comparison charts, and more. This catalog features our entire product portfolio: Crosswalk beacons School zone flashing beacons Radar speed signs Warning beacons...
History of Fluorescent Yellow-Green School Zone Signs

History of Fluorescent Yellow-Green School Zone Signs

A brief history and review of requirements for school zone signage Since the 1980s, this bright and wild hue has been popping up on anything from tennis balls to nylon bike shorts to highlighter pens. It’s not hard to understand why this attention-grabbing and highly...