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Portable Sign Bases Let You Place Signage Where You Need It, When You Need It
Portable Sign Bases Let You Place Signage Where You Need It, When You Need It

From bridge repair and hazardous road conditions to seasonal events, there are countless projects and occasions that require the use of temporary or semi-permanent signage. Whether the situation calls for hourly, daily or longer-term use, portable traffic sign bases and poles can provide the visibility, control and security needed to keep workers, pedestrians and motorists informed and safe.

Head Back to School with Custom Signs & Banners from TSD
Head Back to School with Custom Signs & Banners from TSD

Across the country, students, teachers and administrators have said goodbye to summer and headed back to the classroom. At Traffic Safety Direct, we are also in “back-to-school” mode, working to meet the needs of educational institutions from preschool through college. While we help schools stock the usual supplies like paint for athletic fieldsparking signs, and snowplows and spreaders to keep the grounds clear, we have been busy creating plenty of custom signs and banners as well.

Handicap Parking Signs Ensure Accessibility for People with Disabilities
Handicap Parking Signs Ensure Accessibility for People with Disabilities

Signed into law in 1990, The Americans with Disabilities Act was a major stepping-stone in ensuring equal rights for all Americans with disabilities. All businesses and privately held facilities are obligated to follow ADA guidelines. The law requires commercial parking lots and pedestrian paths to be accessible to everyone. This includes providing the disabled with parking spaces that offer ample access for vehicles as well as other mobility aids such as wheelchairs and power chairs.

Businesses Need to Know State Requirements Regarding Handicapped Signage and Standards
Businesses Need to Know State Requirements Regarding Handicapped Signage and Standards

Businesses are required to know the State requirements regarding accommodations for persons with disabilities. This is in addition to the Federal requirements.

For instance, Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed a bill into law on July 25th, 2014 mandating the replacement of the iconic handicap symbol. The legislation was signed by the Governor on the eve of the 24th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act.