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Traffic barriers help keep vehicles within their roadway and prevent them from colliding with dangerous obstacles such as sign supports, boulders, and other materials present during road construction. Road barriers can also help indicate that there is ongoing construction work on the area.
Traffic barriers are generally used to initiate traffic control and safety for vehicles, pedestrians, construction workers that are on the site, as well as the general public. Road barriers vary depending on the scale of the project and the amount of traffic that occurs around the site.
There are four types of traffic barriers that are commonly used by traffic control contractors:
In some cases, traffic billboards are also used to help inform both motorists and pedestrians of the ongoing road project. These are commonly made out of highly visible material and lights for motorists and pedestrians to see it at night. Road billboards are essential, naturally light-weight and require a minimal amount of time and effort when installing.
iSeekplant has connected hundreds of customers across the country with Australian suppliers of traffic barriers. If you can’t find a traffic barrier company in Yatala, try searching in Pimpama, Logan City, Brisbane East, Brisbane South or Springfield Lakes. We also provide a number of related services you might be interested in, such as Traffic Control Services, Traffic Management Plans and Hoarding Signage.
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