Representatives from area police departments pose with event speakers.
On May 14, 2013, Transurban and AAA Mid-Atlantic launched the regional "Orange Cones. No Phones." campaign promoting safe driving in the 95 Express Lanes construction zone.
Virginia Secretary of Transportation, Sean T. Connaughton, shakes hands with a representative from the Marine Corps Base Quantico Police Department.
Members of the Stafford County Sheriff’s Office speak with a Marine Corps Base Quantico Police Department officer at the event.
Kevin Ginnerty, Director of Project Delivery at Transurban, delivers event opening remarks.
In advance of the busy summer travel and construction season, Kevin Ginnerty, Director of Project Delivery at Transurban, touches on the importance of driving without distractions on I-95.
The Virginia Secretary of Transportation provides an overview of the 95 Express Lanes project, which will provide numerous transportation benefits to the region.
Lon Anderson, Managing Director of Public and Government Affairs for AAA Mid-Atlantic, shares the results of a new AAA and Transurban survey of distracted driving behaviors in the I-95 corridor. The report found that more than half of frequent I-95 drivers use their phone while driving.
Lon Anderson, Managing Director of Public and Government Affairs for AAA Mid-Atlantic, shares additional report statistics showing that close to one in five frequent I-95 drivers text while driving.
Michael Spivey, Captain, Fairfax Division Commander, Virginia State Police, emphasizes police support for the Orange Cones. No Phones. campaign.
Michael Spivey, Captain, Fairfax Division Commander, Virginia State Police, reiterates that all drivers should do their part and put their phones down while driving through the 95 Express Lanes work zone, and through any work zones.