Established in 2004 to provide traffic calming solutions to protect residential streets, Traffic Logix has since become a market leader and innovator.
Our dynamic line of products has evolved to include a complete line of MUTCD (http://mutcd.fhwa.dot.gov/) approved radar speed signs. The SafePace family of signs includes the bestselling, compact, affordable SafePace 100 sign, the SafePace 400 standard radar speed sign, the SafePace 500 variable speed limit sign, and the SafePace 600 dynamic messaging radar sign as well as an array of options and accessories. Our modular rubber traffic calming solutions include speed humps, speed cushions, speed tables, and flexible curbing, all of which meet ITE (http://ite.org/) specifications.
Traffic Logix solutions have already been installed on thousands of city streets, HOA roads, corporate and school campuses, and military bases across North America and Europe. Many of our customers are repeat buyers who have made Traffic Logix solutions a part of their strategy to create safer, more livable roads. In fact, Traffic Logix solutions have been installed in more locations than any other solution. When cities have a choice, they choose Traffic Logix.
Traffic Logix is headquartered in Spring Valley, NY with satellites in Canada, Europe, and Mexico.
Traffic Logix has been recognized and commended by cities across the country for our dedication to helping out every step of the way. Our excellent customer service extends beyond simple product support. We help you figure out what solution you need to calm traffic on your roads, how to access funding for your products, and where your traffic calming solutions should be installed for optimal impact on driver behavior. From product selection through follow up, we're there for you every step of the way.
Traffic Logix is a member of a variety of engineering and safety associations and exhibits at related tradeshows each year, including the Institute of Traffic Engineers (ITE), the American Public Works Association (APWA), the National League of Cities (NLC), the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP), the Community Associations Institute (CAI), and many others.