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MDOT Apr 12
Earlier this week, we held our annual Fallen Worker Memorial Ceremony to honor the 45 MDOT employees who have lost their lives in the line of duty since 1951. As National Work Zone Awareness Week comes to a close, remember that safe driving in work zones saves lives.
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Midwest Laborers Apr 11
"Imagine my mother having to come home and tell her three young children that their father is dead, then continuing to raise them all on her own." Don't be responsible for taking away a child's parent, when you're in a work zone .
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mark segerstrom Apr 10
Wearing today. Thinking abt my friends working on or near our roads.
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PA Department of Transportation Apr 10
Melissa "Missy" Gensimore lost her husband Robert "Bobby" Gensimore, a PennDOT foreman, last year while he was setting road flares. At a event, she underscored the importance of & how everyone wants to go home safely to their families at the end of the day.
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TxDOT Fort Worth Apr 11
Work Zone Safety: What can you do? The leading causes of work zone crashes are speeding and driver inattention. SO: *Slow down. Obey work zone speed limits. *Don’t tailgate. *Stay alert, minimize distractions and put the phone away. *Obey flaggers.
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VDOT Apr 12
's Jimmy White has lost multiple friends to work zone crashes throughout his career. He asks for the public to make an effort to drive safely, slowly, and distraction-free through highway work zones. Find the full interview on our Facebook page
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Federal Highway Admn May 13
Summer driving season is also highway construction season. Slow down and be aware in .
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VDOT Apr 12
Think about these names the next time you drive through a . Please drive slowly, safely, and distraction-free
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NYC DOT Apr 12
Outdoor workers brave the elements throughout the year and work within feet of vehicular traffic – sometimes reckless or inattentive drivers. New Yorkers must stay aware and vigilant whenever they pass a work zone. 📹: DOT workers hold "Road Work Ahead" sign at work zones
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StaffordCoSheriff Apr 8
Today kicks of National Work Zone Awareness Week. Please remember to slow down and be vigilant in work zones.
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Jen DeSalvo Apr 10
No, it's not Halloween. I dressed up like a traffic cone for National Work Zone Safety Awareness Week! Spread the word to "Drive Like You Work Here" in roadwork zones.
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PA Department of Transportation Apr 11
Please, when you are approaching a work zone: ✔️ Slow down. ✔️ Turn on your headlights. ✔️ Increase your following distance. ✔️ Avoid distractions. ✔️ Expect the unexpected. ✔️ And please, be patient.
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INDOT West Central Apr 11
"No one drives through YOUR office at 70 mph. Please don't speed through ours."
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Ohio Turnpike Apr 12
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Don Kostelec Apr 11
Guho Construction remains the standard-bearer for temporary traffic controls for non-motorized road users in the Boise area. They meet with local advocates, bring their own ideas to the table, buy special equipment if needed, do their best to keep access open all times.
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NHTSA Apr 11
Safety for crews in work zones, as well as the vehicles that travel through them, is critically important. Drivers must be on watch for workers coming in and out of work zones, including flaggers who may be directing traffic patterns.
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Anavid Reyes Apr 10
It's national ! A friendly reminder to sport some orange today--as a salute to our highway workers. We all need to be extra cautious around work zones to keep drivers and crews safe.
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Chris Sununu Apr 10
I'm wearing today to recognize the important work being done by our road crews and first responders. Think of our road crews as you travel, and "drive like you work here" by slowing down and moving over in work zones.
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Ohio Dept of Transportation Apr 10
On Wednesdays, we wear orange. Today, ODOT employees across Ohio wore orange in honor of National Work Zone Safety Awareness Week! Remember, highway workers are our family, friends, and neighbors. It’s up to each of us to keep them safe.
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MaineDOT Apr 9
"Drive Like You Work Here" is a simple but important message. Next time you drive through a work zone, imagine you're standing where the work crews are standing.
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