North America Traffic sets the standard for short-term flagging operations

North America Traffic offers the RCF 2.4 for your short-term traffic control applications.

RCF 2.4 Automated Flagger Assistance Device (AFAD) : Keep human flaggers out of harm’s way with this AFAD.

North America Traffic president, Peter Vieveen, invented the world’s first Remote-Controlled Flagman in 1994. Since then North America Traffic has refined its devices to be even more:

  • Reliable
  • Simple to use
  • Versatile
  • A safe alternative to human flaggers

The RCF 2.4 is now the industry standard across North America. The Federal Highway Administration has included the core specifications of North America Traffic model in the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD), which defines the standards used by road managers nationwide to install and maintain portable traffic control devices. Our product has received DOT acceptance across more than 40 states and most Canadian provinces.

North America Traffic also offers Portable Temporary Traffic Signals and Portable Lane Control Signals for long-term applications.