All Traffic Solutions Announces New Grant Opportunity for Schools

School Zone Safety program recognizes proactive traffic safety initiatives in K-12 institutions.

State College, PA - All Traffic Solutions, the leader in traffic safety outcomes, is pleased to introduce a new grant program called “School Zone Safety.”  Schools with students in elementary, middle and/or high school can apply for the grant, which will award a radar speed display to the institution that best demonstrates a proactive traffic safety program and identifies how traffic calming devices will improve overall student safety.

All Traffic Solutions works closely with municipalities and other organizations responsible for public safety to ensure that the highest level of safety outcomes is realized.   Scott Johnson, Vice President of All Traffic Solutions explains, “School zones present special challenges, with traffic flow heavier at opening and closing times, the presence of student drivers, and a large number of students of all ages on foot.  At All Traffic Solutions we focus on eliminating the incidence of accidents and injuries and work with schools to improve traffic-related safety measures.  The School Zone Safety grant program is intended to reward schools displaying initiative when it comes to student safety relative to vehicles.”

Schools nationwide are eligible to apply for the  “School Zone Safety” grant.  Submissions are due by December 18, 2009 and the grant award will be announced January 8, 2010.  Details and an application form are available at

About All Traffic Solutions
All Traffic Solutions, the leader in delivering traffic safety outcomes, is headquartered in State College, PA and is a division of Intuitive Control Systems, LLC.  Our highly engineered smart devices – radar speed signs, message boards, and video imaging systems– direct and monitor traffic patterns and supply the traffic data necessary to manage public safety.  Municipalities, schools, construction companies and private organizations rely on All Traffic Solutions to do more than slow traffic – we provide the information necessary for these organizations to manage comprehensive safety programs and efficiently deploy human and technological resources.  Online at

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