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As we begin to see an increase in road work in residential and high-traffic areas, it’s important for communities across North America to make an effort to keep roads, and the people who work on them, safe. Read More

In addition to expanding public awareness, road safety, and traffic control device usage, we’re thrilled to see that some states and municipalities in North America have been updating government legislation to include positive protection measures. Read More

Don’t wait for another injury or accident before improving your safety protocols - take action in 2021 by integrating North America Traffic’s portable temporary traffic signals onto your jobsite! Read More

Nighttime drives in the winter pose additional threats to drivers, road workers and pedestrians due to low visibility, poor road surface conditions and risky driving behaviours. Read More

Keeping workers and communities safe is one of the driving forces behind North America Traffic's products, which is why we're committed to designing and perfecting our range of Portable Temporary Traffic Signals and Automated Flagger Assistance Devices (AFADs) for workers across North America. Read More

Our portable temporary traffic signals have been designed to not only meet the current standards of engineering and technology, but also to reflect the ongoing improvements within the manufacturing industry. Read More

Jobsite Safety

As we adapt to operating businesses during COVID-19, workers, employers and governments must arm themselves with new safety procedures that complement existing policies and procedures. Read More

Short Term Job Site

Temporary traffic signals and other traffic control devices should be dependable, efficient, and cost-effective so that workers can achieve optimal results on their job site. Read More

Solar Energy

At North America Traffic, we've dedicated our careers to manufacturing portable traffic signals and Automated Flagger Assisted Devices that give customers safe and effective solutions for a "battery" of conditions - pun intended! Read More