Monday, April 24, 2017
Friday, February 10, 2017
The expo that traffic safety professionals from around the world await all year is finally here. This year’s annual ATSSA Traffic Expo is taking place from February 10-14 at the Phoenix Convention Center in sunny Phoenix, AZ.
With thousands of roadway safety professionals to network with, hundreds of companies exhibiting innovative solutions and services, and cutting edge education sessions, this is the premier event for traffic safety.
Traffic Logix will be exhibiting in booth 1142 and will be showcasing our innovative ITS solutions used around the world to improve safety and prevent accidents on neighborhood roads.
Check out our complete line-up of radar speed signs, find out about the Logix Cloud that lets you program signs and download data wherever you are, and check out our recycled rubber speed humps and cushions.Whatever you need to create safer roads, we’re here to help you.
Want to find out more about why thousands of cities choose Traffic Logix ITS solutions?
Find out more at www.trafficlogix.com.
Thursday, January 19, 2017
Thursday, December 8, 2016
When cars are speeding in local school zones, radar speedsigns are a natural response. But what about when there’s no room in the budget for 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 two local schools in the neighborhood to stop cars from speeding and ensure kids can get to and from school safely. And they’re willing to pay for them.
Councilor Christin Carmichael Greb said she’s received numerous calls from school councils, resident associations, and even individuals willing to help foot the bill for the SafePace speed signs.
The city is considering whether they can accept public donations to fund the speed display signs, which have been effective on other city streets in slowing cars down. While the signs would be purchased with private funds, they would still be managed by the city who would rotate them on streets around the schools.
The president of a local community association thinks fundraisers should be held for radar signs and other safety solutions in every ward in the city. For more impoverished wards, he proposed raising funds from other parts of the city.
Read the full story here.
Friday, November 25, 2016
Tuesday, September 20, 2016