As drivers, we’re all familiar with traffic signals and graded crossings. After all, they’ve been our primary way of organizing traffic flow for a long time — even longer than you might think:[Read more…]Read More
InfraStripe’s expansion over the past three years has accomplished more than simply building a bigger company. Expanding has given us more ways to connect.
We’re now connected to more work crews in more work zones. We’re investors in more pieces of heavy equipment, and we’re partners with more local subcontractors. We have more conversations with state and local transportation leaders. We have a seat in more conference rooms where decisions get made.[Read more…]Read More
Last year our government initiated an enormous Infrastructure Bill which became American law in November. The bill itself devotes nearly $500 billion dollars to the infrastructure of America’s transportation system with funds specifically designated for major roadways, bridges, and other projects. For anyone directly involved with creating and maintaining our country’s infrastructure, this bill will create numerous opportunities.[Read more…]Read More
As we begin the new year, let’s pause for a moment and consider the importance of infrastructure itself. The value found in good infrastructure often flies under the radar, until it is missing. In terms of highway structure, roadway striping may not initially strike you as a very exciting or critical topic. However, roadway striping contributes much to the safety of highway motorists and pedestrians alike.[Read more…]Read More
The holidays are a special time for connecting with loved ones. Every year, millions of Americans travel great distances in order to gather with family and friends. Last year, it was predicted that over 85 million people traveled for the holiday season. But unfortunately, with roadway travel comes roadway risk.[Read more…]Read More
November brings us National Seat Belt Day. A day set aside to emphasize the importance of wearing seat belts. While this may seem a no-brainer to many, statistics tells us that buckling up isn’t as common as you would think. According to the United States Department of Transportation, of the 22,215 passengers killed in accidents during 2019, almost half of them were not wearing seat belts.[Read more…]Read More