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Pedestrian Crossing Safety Tips
Pedestrian Crossing Safety Tips

Thousands of pedestrians are killed in motor vehicle traffic accidents each year, and many thousands more are injured. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), a pedestrian was killed every 88 minutes in traffic crashes in 2017, which is more than 16 people a day.

Pedestrian safety is a top priority in cities, towns and communities across the country. From posting signs with flashing lights at crosswalks to installing speed bumps to reduce vehicle speeds in areas frequented by pedestrians and cyclists, the focus is on increasing visibility at street crossings and alerting motorists to slow down.

Rubber Curb Stops – Protect Against Damage Before It Occurs
Rubber Curb Stops – Protect Against Damage Before It Occurs

Accidents that happen in parking lots and garages are extremely common. According to the National Safety Council, more than 50,000 car crashes occur in parking lots and parking garages each year, resulting in more than 60,000 injuries.

Rubber Curb Stops Are Ideal for Commercial and Home Use
Rubber Curb Stops Are Ideal for Commercial and Home Use

Car accidents that happen in places like parking lots and driveways can do tremendous damage to curbs, sidewalks, buildings, landscaping, and other cars – even when drivers are traveling at slow speeds. One way to prevent damage before it occurs is to use rubber curb stops.

Summer Clearance Sale: Save on Curb Stops, Speed Humps and More
Summer Clearance Sale: Save on Curb Stops, Speed Humps and More

From now through Labor Day, our Clearance Sale features a range of traffic safety products – all at 50% OFF regular price. We purchased another supplier’s inventory of GNR Technologies and Checkers products – including curb stops, wall protectors and speed hump items – and we need to liquidate our stock to make room for new fall merchandise.

Where Can You Place Yard Signs?
Where Can You Place Yard Signs?

Does your business or organization have a message to share with the community? When you are deciding on marketing tactics, consider using signs that can be placed in a yard or along a roadside.

Whether you are selling a home, promoting your landscaping business or inviting neighbors to your charity’s fundraising dinner, custom yard signs can be an effective tool for educating local residents about your products, promotions or events. Yard signs are not only eye-catching and easy to install, but they are one of the most economical forms of advertising available. But, you must know where you can and can’t place them so that you are in compliance with local ordinances.

Using Detour Signs to Direct Traffic on Campuses and in Parking Lots
Using Detour Signs to Direct Traffic on Campuses and in Parking Lots

Visible signs indicating detours are a vital tool for preventing accidents and injury, not only for drivers, but for students, faculty, employees, visitors, and construction crews. Learn how to keep compliant.

The Importance of Using MUTCD Compliant Detour Signs
The Importance of Using MUTCD Compliant Detour Signs

Alerting motorists and pedestrians of roadwork, traffic detours or other potentially hazardous conditions is critical to maintaining driver and pedestrian safety on highways and local roads. Easy-to-read signs indicating detours and roadwork in progress are a vital tool for preventing accidents and injury, as well as ensuring the safety of the crews working in these potentially dangerous environments.

Rubber Base vs. Telescopic Roll Up Traffic Sign Stands
Rubber Base vs. Telescopic Roll Up Traffic Sign Stands

Repairing and maintaining the infrastructure that supports our mobility and comfort is a year-round job, and springtime is a powerful reminder of just how big a job this is. Even a mild winter can take a toll on everything from paved surfaces to power lines.

Roll Up Traffic Signs and Stands - a Sign of Spring
Roll Up Traffic Signs and Stands - a Sign of Spring

The return of warmer weather brings with it a proliferation of road building and repair projects, with construction crews and equipment visible along the country’s local streets and highways.

As the number of workers on roads and highways increases, the risk of crashes and fatalities also increases. The risks apply equally to drivers, passengers, bicyclists and pedestrians. It’s no surprise that a host of organizations, including the Federal Highway Administration, state Departments of Transportation and the American Road and Transportation Builders Association, sponsor National Work Zone Awareness Week in early April each year.

It’s Time Once Again to Paint those Athletic Fields
It’s Time Once Again to Paint those Athletic Fields

Many communities and schools take tremendous pride in providing their sports teams with high quality playing fields. Whether the surface is grass or turf, the vibrant lines and colorful logos that mark it help enhance the game experience for players, officials and spectators alike.Now that spring has officially arrived, it’s time to prepare athletic fields for the variety of seasonal sports that are played in warmer weather.