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Flexible bollards and plastic post covers can protect vehicles, people, and property.
Bollards help protect against unwanted vehicle and pedestrian traffic. Learn where to find them and how to choose the right one for your property.
With the sharp rise in bike theft, secure parking is more important than ever.
By using a variety of protective strategies, you can create a dynamic perimeter that does not bore the eye.
Fabrication is all about taking a raw piece of material and making it into something functional. It’s the building of some sort of structure with metal, usually steel to make something usable that will last a long time.
Traditional municipal castings can be transformed into internet-of-things (IoT) devices. A smart manhole, trash bin, or bollard watches its environment and reports. Is trash piling up? Is the storm sewer overflowing? Are construction sites active after hours?
These days, bollards are no longer merely sitting around buildings. They are moving indoors.
Drivers distracted by texting are a recent but very large danger on the roads.
Solar bollards are less expensive to install, as they do not require trenching. Their standalone nature promises to keep the lights on
Tenji is the word for a Japanese system of braille. Tenji block could therefore be translated as “braille block.” These embedded plates allow people to read the environment
Speed is the primary factor in most vehicle accidents—increasing both risk and severity. As drivers move faster, they have less time to respond to road conditions and any resulting collision causes more damage. To counter the problem of speeding, municipalities can choose from a number of
Each type of bollard has its own important, unique purpose.
Crash barriers are tested to stop vehicle incursion. Different types of incursion have led to two main testing standards.
When choosing between Jersey barriers and bollards, it’s important to consider the speed, type of traffic, and likely crash pattern.
A unique combination of exploration, community, challenge, and freedom mean that skateboarding can attract kids who do not enjoy participating in team sports, or for whom the financial burden of team sports is too high.
Traditionally, planners see road safety as a “Three E’s” problem, solved through engineering, education, and enforcement.