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Contractors from the Safety Marking Company use a (Credit: Steve Pfost)

Contractors from the Safety Marking Company use a paint cart to repaint the road lines on the Long Island Expressway in order to improve safety conditions. (June 28, 2012)

LIE construction

Ten new emergency pull-off areas are being constructed on the LIE in Nassau County in order to improve safety. Crews are also repainting lines on the roadway.

Abner Vega, from the Safety Marking Company, controls
(Credit: Steve Pfost)

Abner Vega, from the Safety Marking Company, controls a paint cart while repainting the road lines on the Long Island Expressway in order to improve safety conditions. (June 28, 2012)

Abner Vega, left, controls a paint cart while
(Credit: Steve Pfost)

Abner Vega, left, controls a paint cart while co-worker Louis Roque holds a paint hose as they repaint the road lines on the Long Island Expressway in order to improve safety conditions. Both are employees of the Safety Marking Company, (June 28, 2012)

Paint sprays from a nozzle on an epoxy
(Credit: Steve Pfost)

Paint sprays from a nozzle on an epoxy long-line truck that the Safety Marking Company is using to repaint the road lines on the Long Island Expressway in order to improve safety conditions. (June 28, 2012)

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Contractors riding an epoxy long-line truck from the
(Credit: Steve Pfost)

Contractors riding an epoxy long-line truck from the Safety Marking Company repaint the road lines on the Long Island Expressway in order to improve safety conditions. (June 28, 2012)

Contractors from the Safety Marking Company use heavy
(Credit: Steve Pfost)

Contractors from the Safety Marking Company use heavy equipment to repaint the road lines on the Long Island Expressway in order to improve safety conditions. (June 28, 2012)

Abner Vega, right, controls a paint cart while
(Credit: Steve Pfost)

Abner Vega, right, controls a paint cart while co-worker Louis Roque, left, both from the Safety Marking Company, holds the paint hose as they repaint the road lines on the Long Island Expressway in order to improve safety conditions. (June 28, 2012)

Contractors from the Safety Marking Company use a
(Credit: Steve Pfost)

Contractors from the Safety Marking Company use a paint cart to repaint the road lines on the Long Island Expressway in order to improve safety conditions. (June 28, 2012)

Contractors riding an epoxy long-line truck from the
(Credit: Steve Pfost)

Contractors riding an epoxy long-line truck from the Safety Marking Company repaint the road lines on the Long Island Expressway in order to improve safety conditions. (June 28, 2012)

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ADVERTISE HERE
Contractors riding an epoxy long-line truck from the
(Credit: Steve Pfost)

Contractors riding an epoxy long-line truck from the Safety Marking Company repaint the road lines on the Long Island Expressway in order to improve safety conditions. (June 28, 2012)

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