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RRFB PEDESTRIAN CROSSWALK SYSTEM
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TAPCO (Traffic and Parking Control Co., Inc.) is a Wisconsin-based business headquartered in Brown Deer, Wisconsin dedicated to manufacturing, distributing and servicing the latest innovations in safety.
Founded by Ray Bergholz in 1956, TAPCO has remained privately owned by two families for three generations.
Our industry experts and technical engineering team have the ability to customize any solution and quickly resolve complex problems.
Quality is ingrained in every process at TAPCO. We have a responsibility to serve you and your community with quality, long-last products that save lives.
We strive to create new, innovative solutions that help move the traffic industry forward and increase safe travels for all.
From designing, manufacturing and installing, we take pride in providing our customers with a turnkey traffic safety experience.
SAFE TRAVELS.® BLOG
New Data: Wrong-Way Collisions on the Rise with 3 Key Risk Factors
Wrong-way driving collisions were responsible for an average of 500 deaths per year in the United States from 2015 to 2018, according to a new report by AAA. This is up 35 percent from 2010 to 2014 when there were approximately 375 wrong-way deaths per year.
TAPCO Announces Purchase of Building in Milwaukee, WI to Support Continued Growth
TAPCO is transforming the Milwaukee building that formerly served as the headquarters of Adaptive Micro Systems, a manufacturer of dynamic message signs (DMS) and intelligent transportation system (ITS) solutions, into an innovation center.
TAPCO's Innovations and Expertise Travel the Country
For demos, product information and more, visit TAPCO's booth at any of the dozens of traffic safety and transportation events we attend across the U.S. and beyond each year. Check out the full list below.