Information Station Specialists is the best known source of travelers information stations, highway advisory radio, advisory signs and services needed to reach motorists with public service information. Learn more about Information Station Specialists.
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FASTrack Quick-Erect Portable Sign

AEL/SEL 03OE-03-SIGN  
 


MA Public Health Region 2 Sign




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Portable Radio Stations to Use with FASTrack:

          -RadioSTAT Portable Emergency Advisory Radio Station

T1000 VoiceStar Portable Highway Advisory Radio Station
For Use On Streets & Roadways
 Approved for use on rights-of-way and at emergency scenes, FASTrack Signs are ideal for notifying motorists of Information Radio signals.

FASTrack Signs are often used with VoiceStar and RadioSTAT Portable Advisory Radio Stations to manage incidents or short-term road construction. (See links below.)

The sign panel and stand may be stored connected in the carrying case when not in use, for quick setup. 
Sign Color Guidelines
Background and Text Colors per the Manual for Uniform Traffic Control Devices:

Pink background, black text = emergency information.
Example:  emergency management agency or medical facility for disaster, incident or emergency applications.

Orange background, black text = directional/wayfinding information.
Example:  departments of transportation for traffic applications.

Yellow background, black text = informational.
Example:  public health department at a vaccine Point of Distribution (POD).

 
Lightweight Easy Message Changeability Attention Grabbing
Technical Specifications  
 Sign
  • Panel: 48" by 48" pink, orange or yellow fluorescent ultra-reflective, flexible vinyl.
  • Reflective surface returns more than 60% of light to source.
  • Text: custom black lettering with optional changeable overlays.
  • Viewing range: 2,000+ feet, day or night.


Stand

  • Aircraft aluminum and coated steel, rust resistant.
  • Wind springs accommodate up to 60 MPH wind gusts.
  • Quick-release telescoping legs with rubber caps for uneven terrain and curbs.
  • Compact size; weight: 20 pounds.
 
Accessory

Carrying bag that contains sign and stand assembled. Sign may be stored attached to stand or detached.

Ratings

All signs are NCHRP-350 approved for use on rights-of-way. Signs with a Fluorescent pink background are FHWA/NFPA approved for use at emergency scenes.

 
  Quotes
  Bill Baker (phone 616.772.2300, extension 102) can provide a formal quote.

Sole Source. We frequently are the only source for the products and services we offer and can send you support letters to affirm that for your purchasing documentation.

HGACBuy. If you are a state or local government agency anywhere in the US and you are a HGACBuy cooperative member - or want to join as an end user - you can purchase our products without the necessity of going out to bid. Membership is free to villages, towns, cities, townships, counties, state agencies, departments, authorities, districts, councils or nonprofits doing work for such entities. Here's how to join.

Competitive Process. If you must seek competitive bids or quotes, we can supply specifications (in text form) so you can easily integrate them into bid documents.


Purchases by governmental entities can be made by purchase order, agency order on letterhead, VISA/MC (up to $3,500) or simply by signing and returning our quote sheets. Standard terms are Net 30 days.
   
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Information Radio Stations is a generic term synonymous with Travelers Information Stations (TIS), Highway Advisory Radio Stations (HAR) / Highway Information Systems & Low Power Radio Stations (LPR). Operation of the stations is governed by FCC Part 90.242 Rules. A FCC license is required. Information Radio Stations may be fixed or portable. Subcomponents may include transmitter, antenna and ground system, digital voice player, wateter, cabinet with conventional or Corbin locks, lightning arrestors for RF, power and telephone lines, coaxial cable. Most stations employ black maximized antennas to discourage ice accumulation and security measures to prevent unauthorized program access. Options include synchronization, battery backup, solar power, remote programming by local, network or telco, multi-station audio distribution via RF or LAN / WAN or wireless network.