The use of Stop Signs began in 1915 in the State of Michigan. At first, the signs had black lettering on a white background. Most were 24 inches by 24 inches — similar to today's standard signs.
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We've scoured the web to bring you some informative videos about traffic signs and their meaning. Enjoy!
Posted by on 6/15/2018 to News
Ah, the sounds of birds chirping, kids playing, and the warm gentle breeze — this is summer! Most wish it would last forever. In some areas it actually is just like this year round. Part of what makes summer special is that people get out of their homes are explore the world around them.
Posted by on 3/15/2018
From time to time, street signs are replaced when they are broken, stolen, or when the markings on them begin to fade and become hard to read. Sometimes, damage caused by accidents and weather could lead to replacements. They are an investment of municipal funds and have value — even at their worst condition
Posted by on 1/29/2018 to News
If your business is managing Apartment or Condominium buildings, you know the challenges of maintaining order when there are hundreds of residents.
Posted by on 11/15/2017 to News
Important visibility features that can be forgotten are reflectors and conspicuity tape. They are the last straw of visibility for vehicles incase of a total power loss and no safety lighting is available...
Posted by on 10/27/2017
When you have lots of employees working on multiple construction sites, it's difficult to know if each location is running in compliance with labor regulations. If you're found to be non-compliant by inspectors, a simple oversight could cost your company thousands of dollars in fines and create unnecessary...
Posted by on 9/1/2017 to News
Today, street signs are 100% digitally printed. Yes, that’s right; no more paint or printing. They’re now a big, technologically advanced sticker on a piece of aluminum.
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