More Military Communities to Benefit from Driver Feedback Signs by Radarsign

ALPHARETTA, Ga., Nov. 15, 2010—The U.S. Coast Guard training center at Cape May and the U.S. Army at Camp Santiago have made “voluntary compliance” a part of their overall traffic-calming plan and are installing driver feedback signs from Radarsign™ to slow speeding drivers. The manufacturer of the world’s first armored radar driver feedback signs, Radarsign has been providing traffic-calming solutions to U.S. military communities since 2006.

Radarsign products are rugged, effective and—importantly—cost efficient. Low start-up costs with no scheduled maintenance expenses provide a high return on investment, which is particularly attractive for military installations.

The driver feedback signs from Radarsign are scientifically-proven to reduce drivers’ speeds without impacting the environment, roads or driver comfort. By reducing car speeds, Radarsign products save lives by making streets safer for pedestrians and drivers and are being used on more and more bases to extend the resources of the military police.

The U.S. Coast Guard center at Cape May—located in New Jersey—and the U.S. Army at Camp Santiago—located in Puerto Rico—are just two of Radarsign’s growing list of military customers.

About Radarsign
In 2004, Atlanta-based Radarsign™ established new industry standards for traffic-calming solutions with the debut of the world’s first armored driver feedback signs, which are vandal, weather and bullet-resistant.  The industry’s most durable radar signs are also the most ecological and energy efficient.  Engineered and manufactured in the USA, Radarsign products are MUTCD-compliant and utilize recycled aluminum, innovative LED reflector technology, minimal battery power and solar panels to deliver bright, easy-to-read feedback to drivers.  Radarsign products are scientifically proven to reduce drivers’ speeds and have been entrusted to provide safe and effective traffic-calming solutions for: municipalities, treasured national parks, schools, neighborhoods, military bases, and private and public development projects across the U.S., Canada and overseas.