The Sequential Flashing Warning Lights for Work Zones system is a system of sequential lighting that improves safety by alerting drivers…
The Sequential Flashing Warning Lights for Work Zones system is an award-winning system of sequential lighting that improves safety by alerting drivers of a work zone ahead and helping guide them through one of the least safe transition points: the merge taper. Particularly useful in nighttime work zones, it is a low-cost, high-benefit solution that is easy to understand and deploy. Benefits offered by these systems include improvements to visibility, safety, and traffic flow as well as being easy to employ and maintain in service.
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