Traffic And Parking

  • How to Make Your Parking Lot ADA-Compliant

    Posted on by

    Do you know for sure if your parking lot is ADA-compliant? There is a lot to know to ensure you’re following all of the rules and regulations outlined in the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Having accessible parking is one of the most important components of the ADA. First of all, you must provide an adequate number of accessible parking spaces depending on the size of Read More

  • Keep Workers Safe Behind the Wheel: Making Road Safety Part of Your Company’s Plan

    Posted on by

    If driving is a job responsibility for any of your workers, it’s a good idea to have a company-wide road safety program. NETS (Network of Employers for Traffic Safety) helps employers create and maintain their road safety programs with the NETS’ Comprehensive Guide to Road Safety. NETS outlines the four pillars of road safety management: road safety management system; driver and passenger requirements; journey management requirements; and vehicle Read More

  • Stay Alert on the Job: Managing Driver Fatigue

    Posted on by

    If your workers drive on the job, you need to make sure they’re not tired on the job. Driver fatigue can put your workers and others around them in danger. The signs of fatigued driving, as identified by NETS (Network of Employers for Traffic Safety), are highly recognizable and include difficulty concentrating, missing an exit or driving over the “rumble strips” on the side of the road. Managing Read More

  • Traffic Safety in the Work Zone

    Posted on by

    Work zones can be danger zones. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), there were 609 construction and maintenance work zone fatalities in 2012. One of the dangers of a work zone is the risk of a worker being struck by a vehicle, and it’s important to put processes in place to maintain the safety of workers, as well as motorists traveling through work zones. Read More

  • 10 Tips to Make the Most of Your Parking Permits

    Posted on by

    Properly designed parking permits are very important to the safety and efficiency of any parking lot. When combined with proper enforcement and security, you can expect that most, if not all, users will have a good experience in your parking facility, whether it is a car park, parking structure, parking garage, carport or open-air parking area. When designing Read More

  • Video: How to Install a U-Channel Sign Post

    Posted on by

    When you're planning to buy new traffic or parking signs, you're probably also thinking about how you will install sign posts. With the right tools and techniques, your new signs and posts can be put up to stand the test of time. Watch this brief video to learn the correct way to install  U-Channel sign posts. Read More

  • Texting While Driving: Why It Matters That You #JustDrive

    Posted on by

    Last month, a new PSA was released that shows the dangers of texting while driving. In this haunting video, what starts out as a fun car ride with friends ends in tragedy. As the driver gets her phone to reply to a text message, she misses the stop sign in front of her. Suddenly, they get hit by an oncoming truck, and the car flips Read More

  • Product Spotlight: Traffic and Parking Signs

    Posted on by

    Spring clean-up is in full swing throughout the country these days. For most organizations, that means getting their facility’s grounds in shape. If you haven’t already, start looking around your grounds for damaged or broken traffic and parking signs, as well as posts. These signs are crucial to your facility’s safety and they need to be in good condition and clearly visible to be effective. Seton has a full Read More

  • MUTCD Traffic Signs: Past, Present, and Future

    Posted on by

    Yellow-green signs are a newer edition to the MUTCD standards. The rules of the road have come a long way since the first stop sign appeared in Detroit in 1915, and they continue to evolve with new technologies and more cars on the road than ever. The MUTCD (Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices) is the 862-page national guidebook Read More

  • Trade Association Report Details Suggestions for Reducing Wrong-Way Accidents

    Posted on by

    Choose High Intensity Reflective signs for the best visibility at night. According to the The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), between 300-400 people die every year in the United States from wrong-way driving accidents. This week at the its 44th Annual Convention & Traffic Expo, host organization American Traffic Safety Services Association (ATSSA) announced Read More

  1. Pages:
  2. 1
  3. 2
  4. 3
  5. 4
  6. 5