The National Work Zone Safety Information Clearinghouse is dedicated to providing the transportation construction industry and the general public with comprehensive information to improve motorist, worker and pedestrian safety in roadway work zones.
Work Zone Training
Classes and Materials
Applying the Americans with
Disabilities Act to Work Zones
in Work Zone Safety
Clearinghouse joins other national organizations and
agencies to launch the annual National Stand-down
to Prevent Struck-by Incidents.
Over 250,000 users visit the Clearinghouse
New Clearinghouse website is
launched with expanded services.
The Clearinghouse begins sponsorship
of posters for National Work Zone Awareness
The Clearinghouse logs one million user visits.
The Clearinghouse logs half a million user visits.
FHWA financial support resumes with funding
provided in the Safe, Accountable, Flexible,
Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for
ARTBA begins offering Work Zone Safety
Conferences through the Clearinghouse, which
continue to the present day.
FHWA turns the Clearinghouse over to the ARTBA
Foundation to run as a private sector entity.
ARTBA and Texas A&M Transportation Institute,
with financial support from FHWA, open for business to
provide information on making road construction zones
safer for motorists, pedestrians, and workers.
ARTBA and FHWA sign a cooperative
agreement to begin Clearinghouse operations.
ARTBA works with Congress to create provisions in
the National Highway System Designation Act that
call for the creation of a work zone safety
Concept for the Clearinghouse is developed at a
national work zone conference co-sponsored
by ARTBA and AASHTO.