Radarsign in the News: The Creswell Chronicle Reports

Lane County Sheriff's Office Welcomes Two TC-400 Radar Speed Signs from Radarsign
 
 
Sergeant Scott Denham (Photo Credit: Scott Olson/The Creswell Chronicle)
Sergeant Scott Denham (Photo Credit: Scott Olson/The Creswell Chronicle)
 
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MARIETTA, Ga. - Aug. 7, 2018 - PRLog -- In Eugene, Oregon, the Lane County Sheriff's office is celebrating the arrival of two new radar speed signs from Radarsign®, the manufacturer of the world's first armored radar speed sign. The arrival of the new traffic calming solution was covered by The Creswell Chronicle on July 18, 2018.

The Chronicle article—"Hey! Slow Down! (http://www.thecreswellchronicle.com/story/2018/07/19/news/hey-slow-down/799.html)"—shares details on the county's purchase of the new Radarsign-brand driver feedback signs and Radarsign's StreetSmart software (https://www.radarsign.com/traffic-data-reporting/), which captures speed data from passing vehicles.

In the article, Sergeant Scott Denham of the Lane County Sheriff's Office explained why the driver feedback signs from Radarsign were selected and how they work: "...the signs are very accurate and very bright. Each sign is able to collect data on motorists passing by the sign. The collected data can be put into graphs showing traffic speeds during specific days and times. Sgt. Denham said the sign will start picking up a signal with motorists traveling 15 miles per hour and as the speeds increase the sign will flash faster."

Driver feedback signs from Radarsign are scientifically proven to slow speeding drivers. Radar speed signs are effective due to a psychological concept known as a feedback loop. This concept acknowledges that when drivers are provided information about their actions in real time and given an opportunity to change their actions, they are likely to choose better behaviors.

Radarsign, the manufacturer of the world's first armored driver feedback signs, has been named by GovCIO Outlook as one of the Top 10 Law Enforcement Solution Providers of 2018. Government CIO Outlook is a technology magazine based in Fremont, California, that focuses on the trends, challenges and opportunities that help CIOs deliver efficient technology services that enable smart government.

View the GovCIO Outlook article featuring Radarsign, here: https://law-enforcement.govciooutlook.com/vendor/radarsign-reinforcing-driver-behaviour-to-curb-speeding-cid-191-mid-25.html

Read the original Creswell Chronicle article here: http://www.thecreswellchronicle.com/story/2018/07/19/news/hey-slow-down/799.html

About Radarsign® Brand Radar Speed Signs: 100% MUTCD compliant. Every sign. Every time.
In 2004, Radarsign® Brand Radar Speed Signs established new industry standards for traffic calming solutions with the debut of the world's first armored driver feedback signs. Radarsign radar speed signs are vandal, weather and bullet-resistant. They are also the traffic calming industry's most durable, most ecological and most energy efficient radar speed signs. Engineered and manufactured in the USA, all Radarsign products are MUTCD-compliant and utilize recycled aluminum, innovative LED reflector technology, minimal battery power and solar panels to deliver bright, easy-to-read feedback to drivers. Radarsign products are scientifically proven to reduce drivers' speeds and have been entrusted to provide safe and effective traffic calming solutions for: municipalities, treasured national parks, schools, neighborhoods, military bases, and private and public development projects across the U.S., Canada and overseas. www.radarsign.com.

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