- Lane Construction Launches Electrical, Signing, Lighting And ITS Subsidiary
- Two Separate Collisions -- One Fatal -- Disrupt Maine Turnpike Traffic
- These are just some of the toll industry developments TRN is following.
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Lane Construction Launches Electrical, Signing, Lighting And ITS Subsidiary
Webuild Group’s Lane Construction Corporation announced the launch of a new Virginia-based subsidiary, VSL Electrical, Signing, Lighting (VSL), that will deliver turnkey systems solutions for highway, rail, tunneling and aviation infrastructure in the United States. According to a company news release, “VSL will enhance Lane’s ability to perform specialty infrastructure scopes on its projects while working with new partners across all sectors. ‘All transportation systems are getting safer, smarter, more connected, and more dependent on technology,’ said Mark Schiller, President and CEO of Lane Industries. ‘VSL will deliver these solutions across multiple industry sectors and is preparing to expand its client base on a national level.’”Highway and Bridge Maintenance Highway and Bridge Safety (Including COVID-19 Impacts) Intelligent Transportation Systems Lane Construction Webuild Group (formerly Salini Impregilo)
Two Separate Collisions -- One Fatal -- Disrupt Maine Turnpike Traffic
Bangor Daily News reports, Maine state troopers yesterday pursued an erratic turnpike driver from Kennebunk through York until the vehicle finally crashed in the center median. The driver and three troopers were injured in the incident, which clogged both north- and southbound lanes. During the traffic backup, a commercial truck collided with the car ahead of it, pushing the car under another tractor-trailer and causing the death of the driver.
WCSH also covers this story.Crime Beat Highway and Bridge Safety (Including COVID-19 Impacts) Maine Maine Turnpike Authority
These are just some of the toll industry developments TRN is following.
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