In Minnesota, a survey of travelers indicated that Smart Work Zone warning signs were accurate, useful, and gave travelers the information they needed.

January 1997
St. Paul,Minnesota,United States

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In Minnesota, most of those surveyed about the Minnesota Guidestar's Smart Work Zone technology said the warning signs were accurate, useful, and gave them the information they needed. Construction workers also applaud the efforts.

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Helping Americans

Author: Taylor, Steven T.

Published By: ITS World

Source Date: January 1997


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Benefit ID: 2007-00492