Traffic Barriers help control the movement of vehicles in and around car parks or roads. The range includes rubber packing stops to prevent cars from overshooting their spaces and speed bumps to prevent speeding. We also provide a range of temporary traffic barriers and car park access barriers, such as parking posts.
Traffic Barriers are used to improve safety in areas where vehicles are present such as car parks or near pedestrians. Most of our Traffic Barriers are made of Steel, Plastic or Rubber and are an important part of keeping both pedestrians and motorists safe.
When used properly, Traffic Barriers can help to reduce the risk of accidents and injuries. They can also be used to reduce speed in the form of Speed Ramps, or prevent parking accidents by installing Rubber Parking Stops.
Traffic barriers are a key part of good traffic and parking management. Whether you are responsible for one parking space, a private road or a full multi-storey parking site, there are many factors to consider.
Once you’ve got an idea of the type of traffic management you need, it’s time to start looking at how to enforce it. Fortunately, a range of traffic barriers is available to suit any traffic management requirements.
The type of traffic barriers you need depends on the traffic management you hope to implement.
Make sure to look at our full range of traffic barriers, and if you have any questions or need further assistance, don’t hesitate to get in touch with one of our friendly and knowledgeable team members, who will be more than happy to help.
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