Case Highlight: South Carolina Ports

Case Highlight: South Carolina Ports

Case Highlight: South Carolina Ports Targeted Photo Speeds The South Carolina Port Authority is one of the fastest growing major ports in the US with over $150 million of cargo passing through daily. To improve accountability for trucks traveling in and out of the port, a gate entry system takes a photo of each truck’s equipment. The […]

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Nature and Traffic Calming

Nature and Traffic Calming

New Season, New Roads Every season has its own energy and each brings its own beauty to the landscape around us. In turn, each presents unique challenges  for safe driving, riding, and walking on local streets. From summer beach-traffic clogged roadways to autumn leaf covered lanes, and from snowy winter streets to wet spring pavement, every season’s roads are unique. […]

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Community Associations (CAI) Tradeshow Next Week

Traffic Logix will be exhibiting next week at the 2016 CAI Annual Conference & Exposition. The premiere event for community associations, the CAI conference attracts community managers and association board members from around the world. The Conference will take place in Orlando, FL from May 4-7. With great networking opportunities, creative learning sessions, and an […]

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Traffic Logix – The Webinar Series

Traffic Logix concluded the webinar series on tools for your traffic calming toolbox with a recap of vertical traffic calming solutions and a thorough discussion of driver feedback signs, bike lanes, shared spaces, and the many other traffic calming techniques used on today’s roadways. Presented by former ITE president Tim Harpst, the webinar not only delineated the […]

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Healthier Roads in the New Year

New Year’s Resolutions and Your Roadways Health is the cornerstone of wholesome living. Perhaps that’s why the number one New Year’s resolution for 2015 was to lose weight. The goal of a well formulated diet is to achieve optimal health. For cities around the world, road diets take the same approach. They aim to keep roads trim […]

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Back to School Safety

As students across the country head back to the classroom, how can we ensure that they can get there- and back home- safely? Active transportation such as bicycling and walking to school is increasing but is safety? Learn about the challenges to school safety and why traffic calming solutions such as flashing beacons, radar signs,and […]

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Single Source

If you do an internet search for radar speed signs, you’ll find hundreds of entries. Search for speed humps and you’ll find another extensive list. Bike lane curbing? School zone beacons? Speed cushions? You can find a company to provide each of your traffic calming solutions, but how many can you find that can offer […]

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Under Construction

With the thousands of roads that are resurfaced, improved, redesigned, and repaired each year, there’s a risk that can’t be ignored. Thousands of crashes take place in work zones, many of which result in injuries. Who is most at risk in work zones? Surprisingly, it isn’t the workers- it’s drivers and passengers. And there’s a […]

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How far can your money take you?

We’re all familiar with the ubiquitous MasterCard slogan: there’s some things money can’t buy, for everything else…. Those elusive things that money can’t buy can indeed be those that don’t entail payment or they can merely be those that are beyond your budget. Thankfully, we’re here to help make sure that traffic calming and safer streets are […]

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There’s a Better Way

Many cities are turning to speed cameras for a quick solution to stop speeders. It seems like a foolproof solution. But can technology make mistakes? You may be surprised by the answer. Daniel Doty, a lawyer in Baltimore, MD, recently received a citation for speeding at 38 mph in a 25 mph zone. The citation […]

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