We are quickly approaching National Work Zone Awareness Week: a week dedicated nationwide to increasing awareness regarding work zone safety. The week serves as a reminder of the employees constantly working to make the roadways safer for pedestrians and motorists alike.[Read more…]
We believe that people’s safety is worth investing in. And we go the extra mile to ensure our workers are protected even as they work for the safety of others. But what kind of safety measures do we take? What are the typical precautions at a construction site? Have companies always made employee safety a priority?[Read more…]
InfraStripe is built on the belief that the safety of people is worth investing in. For both those who complete our projects and those who benefit from them, our aim is to have as few casualties as humanly possible.[Read more…]
As we continue our journey towards safer roadways, it’s fascinating and sobering to take a look back and see just how far we’ve come. Today, we’re paging through the history book to find out about the first U.S. automobile incidents on record: nearly 130 years ago, if you can believe that.[Read more…]
Restripe again? Seriously? We get it. Repainting your parking lot lines every so often probably seems tedious at best. But let’s take a step back and ask why those lines are so important and how they contribute to the success of your organization.[Read more…]
In the world of construction and infrastructure, a lot of attention is given to vehicle traffic and pedestrian safety in work zones. This awareness and care is vital, and we support every effort to create safe environments around work zones. Internal traffic control and safety within a work zone is an equally important issue, though it’s often less emphasized.[Read more…]
It’s possible that you’re wondering what a striping company has to do with autonomous vehicles (AVs). Fair enough. The answer is: more than meets the eye. Here’s the main point of connection, though: roadways and striping are all about building sustainable infrastructure, and AVs are going to require substantive infrastructure adjustments. At InfraStripe, we’re strategizing with other industry leaders to map out a transition plan for a transportation world with autonomous (also known as “driverless”) vehicles.