CAGC, NCDOT, and AGC of America Release Results of 2024 Work Zone Safety Survey

With new data showing work zone crashes on the rise, we can only hope that these extra measures will add another layer of protection for our workers and the traveling public. “We can’t continue to ask the families of construction workers who have died or have been injured to bear the burden any longer of building our roads and infrastructures with their lives,” Arp said. “CJ Bryant, a father of four, was killed last year in a work zone crash on Interstate 40 where speed and alcohol were factors.” “Skip Partington, with Barnhill Contracting, lost one of his workers in Wilmington in April. He and so many other roadside workers had gone through way too many close calls.” Click here for the WRAL News Story.