Already a Goal
If you’re an active member or on the board of an HOA or gated community, you aren’t new to the safety arena. Safer neighborhood streets are probably something that come up at almost every meeting. You may have already tried education campaigns or printed and posted some signs of your own. You know there are other options, speed humps you could install, or signs or camera systems you can try but your budget is limited. How can you protect your roads without breaking the bank?
The Price is Right
At Traffic Logix, we create safety solutions for every road challenge and yes, every price point. Our products are used by large cities with millions of residents, but also by small neighborhood groups with limited resources. Similarly, our product lineup includes options that work for your speed limit and your budget. Our radar signs start at just $2,000 and are an excellent option for slowing speeders. The affordable Guardian Awareness camera lets you keep track of and warn speeders. In addition, our recycled rubber humps and cushions slow cars down starting at under $1,000 installed..
All the Bells & Whistles
Want to do more than just slow cars down? Don’t have a tight budget to stick to? Our solutions include many exciting options and add-ons. Choose a sign with driver responsive messaging and send drivers a custom message based on their speed. Warn them to slow down or show a smile or thumbs up to reinforce positive driving habits. Install a Guardian Pro camera and keep track of drivers in multiple lanes with precise license plate recognition. Or add a bike lane to create safer neighborhood streets that better protect cyclists.
ROI That Counts
When you make an investment for your community, you want to choose one that will have a positive return. While products for safer neighborhood streets might not seem like they’d have a good ROI, you’d be surprised how quickly they return your investment. Property damage costs an average of $3,000 per crash. In addition, avoiding injuries helps reduce unnecessary medical, lost work, and even legal bills. Protecting your streets is an investment in the future of your community, and one that pays dividends long into the future.