For any project on or near a road, it’s critical to warn drivers where lanes end and construction begins. We can help you choose the right configuration of products to ensure a safe environment for construction crews, drivers, cyclists and pedestrians based on MTO Book 7 guidelines. Here are some of the building blocks of our typical layouts. Given their ubiquity on roads all across North America, drivers are sure to recognize them in an instant.
Also known as traffic barrels. Their high visibility and high recognition factor make them an integral part of traffic channeling.
A compact, lightweight, narrow post with a reflective stripe used to delineate lanes of traffic in tight conditions.
Also known as traffic cones or pylons are used during the day in short duration situations. They can be set up and removed quickly and stack well for transportation.