In This Issue
Field Systems Engineers:
Welcome to Summer 2013! We are looking forward to warm weather and good traffic conditions after the harsh winter we all endured this past season.
Information Display Company is recognized as the industry leader for quality, durability and service. Our intelligent electronic LED traffic displays consistently outperform any other brand on the market, and drivers quickly recognize and respect our fully FHWA MUTCD-compliant signs.
IDC VariableSpeed Limit™ signs are ideal for changing speed limits to address traffic safety concerns. Speed limits are changed in real time to respond to changing road conditions, congestion or accidents. They also are used in school and work zones, changing using our SchedulePro™ software.
Superior Visibility. Our exclusive UltraClear™ mechanical design achieves the highest possible contrast in all lighting conditions. Our full-matrix 18-inch digits are designed at full display height, using 100% white LEDs on a black background for positive contrast as recommended by MUTCD. The white LEDs provide a uniform white display, and are not in conflict with the sign face color, regardless of illumination.
Traffic Systems, Inc wishes to thank everyone who participated in its 2013
Technical Seminar and Vendor Showcase. The event took place at venues in
Rocky Hill, CT, Newtown, MA and Warwick, RI on three consecutive days in
April. It included presentations from Traffic Systems staff about the use
of Sensys Networks wireless in-pavement detection technology and the High
The combination of attendees from the various departments of transportation and other agencies, municipalities and consultants created some excellent dialogue and a free exchange of ideas. Please contact Traffic Systems at 631-242-4292 if you would like to participate in a future seminar or if you would like to host a presentation by us for any or all of our products at your office or alternate location.
Traffic Systems, Inc. is celebrating 20 years in business this year! The company was established in 1993 and was founded by Richard Marsanico, Sr., P.E. who has been in the transportation industry for over 35 years. “Rich Sr.” as he is known at TSI is a Senior Transportation Engineer. His background includes five years as an Assistant Traffic Engineer with the New York State Dept. of Transportation Traffic & Safety Division, and six years as a Project Manager/Maintenance & Operations Supervisor with Johnson Electrical Construction Corporation. While at Johnson Electrical Construction he was responsible for design, construction operation, and maintenance of traffic signal systems throughout Long Island. Rich Sr. also spent four years with Greenman-Pedersen Inc. as a Project Manager/Transportation Specialist. His experience covers a variety of disciplines including electrical engineering, utility relocation, traffic engineering, and system communication for video and data, site lighting and cost estimating.
Through his vast experience from many different aspects within the industry he brings knowledge of what is necessary to make transportation projects work. As a Professional Engineer licensed in the State of New York, Rich has also worked with the local consulting firms in the design of Traffic Signals as well as, ITS related projects. Rich also teaches a PDH accredited class for the Professional Institute of Engineers.
Rich has been involved in the ITE Metropolitan Section as Industry Chairman for over 10 years.
Over the last 20 years, Traffic Systems, Inc. has grown to 15 employees with our main office in Bay Shore, Long Island and 3 satellite offices; one in Albany NY, New Jersey, and more recently in Rhode Island. Congratulations to Rich and Co., and to another 20+ years!
Marcin Jaworski may not be known to many of you personally, but he is a key behind-the-scene player here at TSI. Marcin is in charge of wiring cabinets, building electrical panels, overseeing the warehouse and has packed and shipped your orders for nearly 10 years. He is an important part of our TSI team and unfortunately has been dealt a very bad break; Marcin has been diagnosed with brain cancer causing him to take a leave of absence from TSI as he is currently undergoing extensive treatment for his condition. His absence is being felt hard by all of us here at TSI.
June 26, 2013 -
IMSA NJ 2013 - Annual Section Conference with Technical Sessions, Bordentown, NJ
For more information on Traffic Systems, Inc. Visit www.trafficsystemsinc.com or call 631-242-4292 for product specifications.