Use extreme caution when driving through a work zone at night whether workers are present or not. Calm down. Work zones aren’t thereto personally inconvenience you. They’re thereto improve the roads for everyone and improve your future ride. Watch the traffic around you, and be prepared to react to what the traffic is doing. Check the taillights/brake lights of vehicles ahead of you for indications of what is happening on the road ahead. Be ready to respond quickly. Adjust your lane positionaway from where the side workers and equipment are located when possible. Keep a safe distance between your vehicle and traffic barriers, trucks, construction equipment and workers. Don’t tailgate! Most work zone accidents are caused by rear-end collisions. Some work zones – like line painting, road patching and mowing – are mobile. Just because you don’t seethe workers immediately after you seethe warning signs doesn’t mean they’re not out there. Observe the posted signs until you seethe one that says End Road Work”. Expect delaysplan for them and leave early to reach your destination on time.