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Despite ongoing efforts to enhance safety, work zones across North America remain highly dangerous. Read More

In 2021, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reported that 7,399 pedestrians lost their lives in traffic accidents in the United States. Safe traffic control isnt just about cars; it’s also about pedestrians and cyclists. Read More

National Work Zone Awareness Week returns! The annual spring campaign taking place from April 15th to 19th hosted by the Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) aims to encourage safe driving through highway work zones. Read More

With any change in season comes a need to ensure that your fleet is in optimal condition, ready to face the busy months that lie ahead. Spring is no exception. Read More

In the dynamic world of construction and roadwork, innovation takes center stage. From the expansive landscapes of British Columbia to the bustling roads of Florida, North America is witnessing a transformative shift with the widespread adoption of Automated Flaggers. Read More

In 2024, North America Traffic (NAT) stands at a pivotal juncture, celebrating a distinguished three-decade legacy marked by unwavering excellence and pioneering innovation. We invite you to join us in acknowledging this significant milestone as we delve into the intricate tapestry of our history. Read More

Have you ever wondered why traffic signals are adorned with the familiar red, yellow and green colours? These seemingly simple hues play a critical role in regulating the chaos of our bustling streets, ensuring order, safety and the smooth flow of traffic. Read More

As the days grow shorter and the temperatures continue to fall at a record pace, it’s important to ensure that your fleet is prepared for the cold months that lie ahead. Read More

Keeping pedestrians safe in your work zone using portable traffic signals. In September 2023 a project requiring portable traffic signals with a pedestrian accommodation in Toronto, ON began. Pedestrian accommodations are not common in work zones as generally pedestrians are kept out of a work zone. However, sometimes it is unavoidable like in downtown Toronto. Read More