Existing speed humps can be made more visible to drivers by applying a coloured resin and
aggregate coating which is then finished with ‘tiger teeth’ markings . When
approaching the speed hump, the markings clearly show a curve in the road surface,
warning drivers to slow down. The speed hump shown is on a one way street, traffic
travelling left to right and incorporates a 1 metre skid zone before the hump.
Rumble bars are used to indicate the edges of no go zones.
Rubber speed cushions are used to slow vehicular traffic while allowing safe passage
through the gaps for cyclists.
Lane signage and traffic flow bollards. Bollards and signs are flexible and they
rebound if they are struck by vehicles.
Smaller cycle speed humps used on pavement shared between pedestrians.
Rubber edged curbings - made to any shape and filled with concrete
Curbing to separate traffic flowing in opposite directions
Rubber speed hump in car park controlling traffic speed