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The portable traffic signals became a fixture for several months here at The Olympic Club in San Francisco while the USGA made preparations to stage the 2012 U.S. Open Golf Tournament. Frank Dussey, the USGA’s Operations Director for the Open Read More

The company that invented and built the first remote-controlled flagman to improve work zone safety has “grown 500% in four years with customers around the world,” Partington said in his state-of-the-region address to south Niagara folk Thursday. Read More

Ohio contractor, Speer Brother Inc., was awarded a series of four Waterline Improvement Projects for Erie County, Ohio. Speer Brother has completed several separate projects installing a total of 200 miles of HDPE Waterlines Read More

The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) delivered 286 projects, worth $2.3 billion, in the 2006-07 fiscal year. Most of those projects are aimed at improving roads and bridges and relieving congestion. However, Caltrans Read More

Fatal highway incidents are the most frequent type of fatal work-related event in the United States. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reported 1,329 fatal highway incidents in 2006. Human flaggers and police officers directing. Read More

The cost of maintaining, rebuilding and expanding the United States’ infrastructure continues to rise, delaying the completion of many critical projects. Global fuel price increases are the most visible cause of this problem; however, the U.S. Read More

In 2007, Maine Department of Transportation purchased ten Remote Controlled Flagman devices , model number RCF 2.4, from North America Traffic in order to determine how the units performed during normal maintenance operations and if the Department should deploy more devices. Read More