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Maria Robertson

Iowa’s smart use of arrow boards featured in new issue of Roadway Safety magazine

In Iowa, arrow boards—a ubiquitous piece of equipment in many work zones—are serving as a testing ground for data-sharing protocols that transportation officials hope will help reduce crashes and fatalities in work zones by providing road users with real-time information of lane closures.

Read about the evolution of smart arrow boards, gain insights from the team at the Institute for Transportation (InTrans) at Iowa State University and learn the role ATSSA member Jeff Koudelka of Iowa Plains Signing Inc. played in the rollout of the roadway safety devices in the Summer 2021 issue of Roadway Safety magazine, available online today.

ATSSA’s flagship publication is packed with industry news including:

  • Hiring challenges resulting from marijuana laws
  • Rural roadway safety developments on Capitol Hill
  • Ohio actions aimed at curbing a spike in traffic deaths
  • Creative roadway messages from Iowa DOT
  • A daughter’s work zone safety activism spurred by her father’s death

These and other articles are online now.

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