MARIETTA, Ga., December 20, 2018—In Louisiana, the West Monroe Police Department recently installed a portable radar speed sign in a neighborhood on Wellerman Road. The street has a history of speeding drivers, but the problem has worsened due to nearby construction. CBS reporter Kassandra Merritt with KNOE News 8 in West Monroe reported on the […]
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MARIETTA, Ga., December 17, 2018—Since 1934, Police Chief magazine has been the official publication of the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP)—a not-for-profit organization established in 1893 to undertake programs leading to more effective, professional policing. As a trusted resource, law enforcement leaders look to Police Chief to learn about their colleagues’ best practices, […]
The Atlanta-Journal Constitution reports on the SPD’s new speed control plan to reduce traffic-related injuries and fatalities MARIETTA, Ga., December 5, 2018—Over the past five years, Snellville, Georgia, has experienced a 51 percent increase in total traffic accidents and a 68 percent increase in injury accidents. To combat this the Snellville Police Department will be […]
FOX News reports on how portable TC-400 radar speed signs make streets safer MARIETTA, Ga., December 3, 2018—Guilford County, North Carolina sheriff’s deputies used their new portable TC-400 radar speed signs from Radarsign to warn drivers to slow down on Halloween. The TC-400 was specifically designed to be used in multiple locations using Quick Mount […]
Compact clusters of 68 LED lights are built right into the “Your Speed” faceplate, delivering an ‘impossible to ignore’ speeder alert that is significantly more compact than traditional beacons.
In July, the city of Creswell installed two, new TC-400 Radarsigns that were purchased with grant monies through the Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST). The portable, battery-operated signs were moved at the beginning of September to new locations within the school zones as police prep for back-to-school congestion.
When you combine the beauty and freedom of the open country in Parker, Texas, with the autopilot drive of commuter residents, the sum is a speeding problem. While searching for a solution to the city’s speeding problem, Captain Price landed on radar speed signs. Little did he know that a local philanthropic women’s group was looking for an opportunity to give back to the community through the city’s police department.
New White Paper from Radarsign Illustrates How Radar Speed Signs Can Combat Risky Driver Behaviors Distracted driving is one of the top reasons why drivers speed. Yet, the relationship between driver speed and driver distraction—and the science that connects the two risky behaviors—is often overlooked. To bridge the gap, Radarsign—the manufacturer of the world’s first […]
Video compares and contrasts the power and dependability of Radarsign’s MUTCD-compliant, full-matrix TC-600 with other brands of radar speed signs MARIETTA, Ga., August 13 , 2018—When municipalities and law enforcement agencies decide to invest in radar speed signs for traffic calming, they are often required to document their due diligence in investigating all the options. […]
Lane County Sheriff’s Office Welcomes Two TC-400 Radar Speed Signs from Radarsign MARIETTA, Ga., August 8, 2018—In Eugene, Oregon, the Lane County Sheriff’s office is celebrating the arrival of two new radar speed signs from Radarsign®, the manufacturer of the world’s first armored radar speed sign. The arrival of the new traffic calming solution was […]