Effective ways to avoid disrupting traffic
Lane closures are typically utilized to facilitate the completion of road construction projects. When lane closure is applied strategically, serves effectively to avoid disrupting traffic and safety manage throughout all work zones. We supply lane safety equipment for roads and highways in the New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania areas.
Understanding Lane Closure Division
If the normal function of a highway or roadway is suspended, temporary traffic control measures must be in place to enable continuity of a function, e.g., providing access to utilities, transit operations, as well as the movement of pedestrians and/or traffic. A workspace refers to an area where the normal function of the roadway/highway is suspended. It may be closed to traffic but allow workers to operate and store their equipment and other construction materials. In some cases, there may be multiple workspaces within the project limits. This can confuse as the workspaces may be separated by several miles. It is important that each work space is adequately signed to notify drivers of potential obstructions and ongoing work.
Why should You Use Our Lane Closure Division?
We are a Women Business Enterprise (WBE) and a Small Business Enterprise( SBE). We have over 50 employees seasoned & trained in Lane Closures/MPT. Our staff is required to have and maintain their NJDOT TCC Certification from Rutgers, Flagger Certification, OSHA 30 training, & NJDOT Medical Examination Card. As well as a Secure Workers Authorization Card (SWAC) or Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC). Our Traffic Control Coordinators are trained and required to be able to perform a wide variety of Lane Closures/MPT from your local municipalities to highway authority agencies. These agencies include but not limited to: New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT), New Jersey Turnpike Authority (NJTA), Port Authority of NY/NJ (PANY/NJ), New York Department of Transportation (NYDOT), Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PENNDOT), Delaware River & Bay Authority (DRBA), and Atlantic City Expressway-South Jersey Transportation Authority (SJTA). We will take care of your safety concerns whether it’s a simple flagging operation or a complex multi lane closure. Call us today.
What We Offer
- Emergency 24/7 Response
- Pedestrian Traffic Management
- Temporary Traffic Control and Flagging
Below is a short list of lane closure division products that Signs and Safety Devices offers:
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At Signs and Safety Devices, we are recognized for our traffic safety equipment because these products meet the rigorous standards of the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD). Our lane closure division products are also available for purchase at competitive rates. At the end of the day, customer satisfaction is something we always strive for.
In addition to providing affordable lane closure division products, we also offer fast shipping options. Since our inception, our lane closure division solutions have been trusted and used by traffic control agencies, government agencies, contractors, event organizers, and more.
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