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...
The Bicycle and Pedestrian Program

The Bicycle and Pedestrian Program

5 Grant Sources for Your Traffic Safety Project For municipalities, finding funding for larger traffic safety infrastructure projects can be a challenge, especially if resources are already stretched thin. State and federal grants are often an attainable source of...
When Yellow Means Stop: Deciphering RRFB Light Color

When Yellow Means Stop: Deciphering RRFB Light Color

The studies have proven it: rectangular rapid flashing beacons (RRFBs) work. Yield rates can be as high as 96% where RRFBs are installed. That’s a huge increase when yield rates are as low as 18% with a simple painted crosswalk. If RRFBs are working that effectively...