Traffic And Parking

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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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

  • Reflective Tape Regulations: What You Need To Know

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    It’s safe to say that very few people give much thought about a roll of reflective tape. The truth is, reflective tapes are one of those unsung safety "heroes", those materials that quietly help create a safer environment for almost everyone. Reflective material – and consequently reflective tape – was developed to enable objects to become visible at night Read More

  • Traffic Signs: The Many Shapes (and Colors) of Traffic Safety

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    Traffic signs for traffic safety Traffic signs have become such an everyday sight that a lot of people--motorists and pedestrians alike--hardly ever give them a passing thought. However, traffic signs provide necessary information that guide people to their destination. And all this is done while allowing them to take the shortest and safest route possible. When you find yourself traveling in an Read More

  • Parking Signs: The Basics and Then Some

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    With vehicle ownership at an all-time high and accident rates increasing, it is important that we focus on making our facilities safe. Almost every facility nowadays has to provide access to motor vehicles. While no one would deny the convenience of vehicles, it can be a rather daunting task to make sure everything is organized and that people are kept safe. One of the most important ways of securing Read More

  • One Way Signs: Helping Improve Traffic Flow With Single Direction Traffic

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    Like it or not, the reason why one way streets exist is to improve the flow of traffic in congested areas. The best way to communicate to drivers is to post one way signs so they know the rules of these roads. Traffic is typically lighter on one way streets because drivers don’t have to worry about oncoming traffic. However, these roads aren’t always popular because they force Read More

  • Spruce Up Your Parking Lot for Spring

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    Make your parking lot like new Though you may seldom think about it, your parking lot is also a part of your business that needs attention. Visitors and staff members use it every day, and it is a significant component of your facility’s daily processes. Setting aside the necessary resources for its upkeep and overall improvement is therefore not only advisable, but necessary. Read More

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