Road Markings, Barriers & Workzone Protection

February 8, 2012
In January, a US$3.2 million project saw the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) in the USA start operating a dynamic lane in Los…
February 8, 2012
Horizontal and high-tech in-road markings are all being used in a bid to keep roads safe as Patrick Smith reports. Many modern roads, especially in…
February 8, 2012
Barrier and crash cushion systems can make a great deal of difference to roadway safety, with new technology offering major benefits to road users.…
February 7, 2012
Using the latest technology from 3M has helped UK sign-maker Morelock to achieve the new European harmonised standard BS EN 12899:2007 for fixed…
February 6, 2012
Over the past few months, Lagan Construction, the primary partner of Ennis Prismo Traffic Safety Solutions in Ireland, has secured contracts to…
February 6, 2012
Canadian company Versilis is introducing the SwiftGate automated lane closure system. This is said to be a safer and more efficient alternative for…
February 6, 2012
DAVIDSON Traffic Control Products is "rounding out" its offering of channeliser posts with the introduction of the Spinner, a screw-in base for its…
February 6, 2012
High visibility is claimed for Avery Dennison's OmniCube reflective sheeting, which offers higher reflectivity for road signage. The new full-cube…
February 6, 2012
HIGHLY VISIBLE plastic lane marker posts from Pexco have helped boost traffic flow and safety for the Olympic Winter Games.
February 6, 2012
In Gibraltar, where the entire population lives on or close to the huge limestone rock that gives the nation its name, the issue of rock fall…