Safer School Zones No Matter The Cost

Safer School Zones No Matter The Cost

When cars are speeding in local school zones, radar speedsigns are a natural response. But what about when there’s no room in the budgetfor them? The city of Toronto has four SafePace radar signs mounted on trailers and rotated weekly throughout the city. Midtown residents want more. They want the signs installed on streets around […]

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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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Be Careful, It’s Raining! When Are You Most at Risk on the Roads?

We’ve all heard that refrain and variations of it dozens of times. “Be careful driving, it’s slippery out when it rains.” “The snow’s coming down hard, stay alert out there.” “It’s dark out, pay attention to the roads.” Of course, those statements are all true. When it’s raining, snowing, sleeting, or dark out, you should […]

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A Trailer by Any Other Name

SafePace Cruiser LT shown with SafePace 800 rotating sign Some people think speed trailers are a ubiquitous term for all radar speed signs and speed display signs. They’re not. Speed trailers are actually mobile devices that are used to mount speed signs for portable use. They are a versatile traffic calming tool and can be towed on […]

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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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Pedestrian and Bicyclist Safety

Pedestrian safety and traffic calming have an ongoing, interconnected relationship. Concerns for pedestrian safety are often the impetus behind traffic calming, whether it is on a municipal road, in a private community, or on a corporate campus. In turn, the goal of traffic calming is to slow cars down and make cars safer for pedestrians […]

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Military Traffic Calming

Military and air force bases often use traffic calming to ensure healthy flow of traffic and to protect military professionals and their families. Traffic Logix solutions have been installed in tens of military, air force, and navy bases both in the US and abroad. The solutions most purchased by military bases are our rubber speed […]

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