This Connected Arrow Boards flyer was created by the Work Zone ITS Subcommittee of ATSSA’s Temporary Traffic Control (TTC) Committee and approved by the full committee at its February 2023 meeting. Read more from ATSSA.

It notes that more than 3,000 connected arrow boards are already in use on roads and lists seven benefits of the devices:

  • Know where lane closures are in real time.​
  • Alert drivers of which way to merge.​
  • Reduce crashes before a closure/taper.
  • Log when lane closures happened.​
  • Add to any existing equipment in less than an hour​.
  • Nothing new to learn for field personnel.​
  • Real-time data using Work Zone Data Exchange WZDx protocols for active lane closures.

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