Massachusetts

Natick
Sergeant Robert Davis of the Natick Police Department, stands in one of several local crosswalks suporting the latest in pedestrian safety technology-pedestrian warning cones.
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Massachusetts

Natick

Last year, Natick also became the first community in the nation installing pedestrian warning cones in several high-traffic crosswalks in town. The cones, which stand some 30 inches high, have been strategically placed along the outer perimeters of the crosswalk, allowing safety to a pedestrian by preventing motorists from attempting to drive around other vehicles which have stopped for individuals attempting to cross the road.

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California

East Vally
Loma Linda is the first city on the West Coast to invest in low-cost, effective cylinders that can be bolted to the pavement to mark ignored or dangerous crosswalks.
"I think it's going to save lives,"
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California

San Bernardo
Crosswalk cones may offer pedestrians gateways to safety.
LOMA LINDA - Pedestrians soon may notice a new look when they cross city streets. Cylinder-shaped, white- and yellow-striped cones are being placed along crosswalks to provide extra protection for pedestrians. Their name: Pedestrian Gateways.
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New York

 Ardsley New York
At long last, some savoir-faire hits 9A.
We can thank the French for Chanel and Dior, and now for the squat yellow road markers that are dressing up downtown Ardsley. The village has installed 11 flexible stan-chions - considered the latest in European traffic control technology
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New York

Westchester
Rubber posts separate lanes on Carmel's Fair Street.
CARMEL EASES ROAD HAZARD The center-line pylons installed as a stopgap measure along the swerving double-yellow line of Fair Street's treacherous S-curve are working, Putnam County Highway Commis-sioner Harold Gary says. 3B
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Massachusetts  Auburn
Explorers make it easy to comply with number law
They are selling highly reflective house numbers "that glow like they are lit" with the slightest touch of light, making it easy for emergency personel to find houses which they are placed, even at night.
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