- Traffic Separators
- lane separator
4 Use of Flexible Traffic Separators
Traffic Separators systems are ideal for separating lanes using a variety of visible boundary panels with a rigid rubber central strip.
Traffic Separators are the perfect solution for dividing lanes or sections of road. Prevents vehicles from changing lanes or crossing the centerline. They can be attached semi-permanently or left free for temporary closure situations. Here are 4 best practices to use locally.
1. Method of treating the concrete barrier collapse cushion
Impact pads implement an energy absorption system that compress on impact and absorb energy and change the direction of the vehicle at will. They are often used to prevent vehicles from hitting the ends of concrete barriers. It acts as a shock absorber and dissipates the shock of a vehicle out of control.
Flexible road separators, can be installed as foldable support systems for emergency cushions, such as TAU-II and Absorb 350. When used as a nearby maneuver, it provides an additional level of warning to the driver in front of rigid structures at the crash site.
2. Permanent separation of lanes in hazardous areas
Band separators are used to prevent side traffic or crossing another lane. They are often used in "black spot" areas or where there is an additional danger or lack of simple sidewalk markings. Tape barriers, such as folding markings and flexible poles, provide an additional level of awareness to drivers, preventing them from changing lanes. Focuses on 100% blurred dividing lines.
3. Temporary separation of lanes during road construction
Flexible traffic dividers can serve as indicators for separating lanes that are very visible to drivers when road markings are temporarily changed due to road construction. Used to direct traffic in the right direction when general linear markings on a road can change temporarily. Road markings can be changed to make way for cars and obstacles on the job site. Change the flow of traffic around the workplace. At the end of the works, the flexible traffic separation line can be removed and the road can be restored to its original state.
4. With a corrugated current system for constantly changing traffic loads
Wave systems are a way to increase the capacity of a road network by providing flexible lane allocations. That is, multiple lanes are allocated for maximum traffic flow at certain times of the day. Each band direction is dynamic rather than static and changes with increased load. This reduces congestion and allows more efficient use of the road network.
All methods where a strip splitting system is required, for which a foldable restraint system may be used. Operators can use specially designed trailers to move the intermediate modules of rigid rubber bands from one lane to another. Alternatively, operators can manually remove chevron panels or red and white poles ("barons") from one section of rubber siding and move it to another section.
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