“Few institutions can shape a community like a state transportation department.” Do you agree or disagree? This sentence is the opening line of Governing.com’s recent article on how State DOTs can grow and improve. The reality is that state DOTs have a lot more to do with everyday quality of life than you might suspect.[Read more…]Read More
Does restriping your parking lot matter? When a striping and infrastructure company asks that question, you can be pretty sure the answer is going to be “yes.” At InfraStripe, though, we genuinely believe in having a good reason behind the work that we do and the recommendations we make. In this post, we want to tell you why fresh, clear parking lot striping is important.[Read more…]Read More
We’re proud to welcome Nevada Barricade & Sign Co. to the InfraStripe family! Based in Reno, NV with an additional location in Las Vegas, Nevada Barricade & Sign Co. services the western United States. At InfraStripe, we take pride in our core values—safety, people, performance, and growth—and we could hardly have found a company that has better embodied these values ever since their inception. [Read more…]Read More
Rural roads are more than twice as deadly for motorists as interstates and urban roads! According to the recently released TRIP report on America’s rural roads, the number of fatalities that occur on rural roadways is “disproportionately high.” Among other things, the report examined the potential causes of this higher accident and fatality rate on rural roads and gave recommendations for infrastructure changes that could address this problem. At InfraStripe, safety is a core value and sustainable infrastructure is a top priority for us. So we wanted to take some time to share the results from the TRIP study on rural roads.[Read more…]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.