With speeding through highway work zones posing an increasingly prevalent threat, the Minnesota Department of Transportation MnDOT and traffic control contractors are taking extensive steps to protect workers engaged in a 3 ½-year project.

The Fall issue of Roadway Safety magazine details the steps those partners are taking for this long-term work on Interstate 494. Read about this project and much more in this issue, available online now.

The magazine also delves into the hot topic of artificial intelligence, looking at how it’s being applied to optimize business and employed to raise the bar with intelligent traffic management systems.

Check out the Fall issue to:

  • Learn about the record-breaking year for state advocacy events.
  • Get a glimpse into plans for the 2024 Convention & Traffic Expo in San Diego.
  • Gain insights from Transportation Secretary Mike Carroll on how the Infrastructure Investment & Jobs Act IIJA is benefitting roadway safety efforts in Pennsylvania.
  • Hear how the Pennsylvania ATSSA Chapter is moving forward with teen driver education efforts.
  • And read about how Alex Perez shifted his attitude to become a successful student at Indiana University following his father’s death in a roadway work zone.

Also online today is ATSSA’s second Roadway Worker Protection Special Edition, a supplement to the Fall issue.

Turn to Roadway Safety magazine for news and trends in the roadway safety infrastructure industry.

Published Date

October 26, 2023

Post Type

  • News

Topic

  • Advocacy
  • ATSSA News
  • Government Relations

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