Material Concrete
Characteristics Modular
Dimensions (mm) 225mm (L) x 300mm (W) x 150mm (H) blocks
 
 
 

Interlocking traffic blocks are used for the construction of temporary traffic islands and junctions, allowing trials and temporary redirection to be undertaken without the cost of excavation.

As they are easily removed from their connections, the individual units can be used again in different configurations.

  • Effective traffic control and diversion where and when necessary
  • Compliant with road and highway regulations
  • Allow construction of traffic islands of any size or shape
  • Easy to handle and install

Construction

Circular concrete blocks connected with a galvanised bar attached to a central bolt. The blocks can be easily removed from their connections and re-arranged to construct traffic island of any size and shape.

Unit size & weight

Each block is L225mm x W300mm x H150mm, and weighs 21.5kg.

Colours

Black, white, yellow, grey

Compliance

  • Highway (Road Humps) Regulations 1990
  • Road Humps (Scotland) Regulation 1991
  • Highways (Traffic Calming) Regulations 2000
  • Local Transport Note LTN 01/07 and 01/08 policies


Interlocking traffic blocks are used for the construction of temporary traffic islands and junctions, allowing trials and temporary redirection to be undertaken without the cost of excavation.

As they are easily removed from their connections, the individual units can be used again in different configurations.

  • Effective traffic control and diversion where and when necessary
  • Compliant with road and highway regulations
  • Allow construction of traffic islands of any size or shape
  • Easy to handle and install

Construction

Circular concrete blocks connected with a galvanised bar attached to a central bolt. The blocks can be easily removed from their connections and re-arranged to construct traffic island of any size and shape.

Unit size & weight

Each block is L225mm x W300mm x H150mm, and weighs 21.5kg.

Colours

Black, white, yellow, grey

Compliance

  • Highway (Road Humps) Regulations 1990
  • Road Humps (Scotland) Regulation 1991
  • Highways (Traffic Calming) Regulations 2000
  • Local Transport Note LTN 01/07 and 01/08 policies


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