You know our solutions help slow cars down. You know they reduce speeding, prevent accidents, and save lives. But how do you choose what to put where?
Here’s our quick guide to each solution and when you want, or don’t want, to use it to solve your issues.
Speed signs: Ideal where you want to improve driver awareness but don’t want to install physical devices on the road, speed display signs are the most popular option for safer roads.
11” Speed signs– Our smallest and most affordable signs, these signs display driver text in 11” digits. They offer a budget friendly option for cities just starting out with speed awareness.
12” Speed signs– Offering the same compact footprint as the 11” signs, these signs offer 12” MUTCD approved digits.
15” Speed signs– With full size 15” digits, these signs offer a variety of options including a basic Your Speed Sign, a changeable Speed Limit sign, and several driver responsive options that offer variable messaging.
18” Speed signs– With extra large 18” digits, these signs can be seen from even farther distances. Available in a Your Speed model, as a full matrix sign, or a rotating speed display/message board.
Speed trailers– Our trailers offer portable speed display, allowing cities to deploy their signs at rotating locations as needed.
SafePace Cloud– Harness the power of data and manage your signs from anywhere, anytime at the click of a button with the SafePace Cloud. All signs and cameras are compatible with the Cloud.
Speed camera systems: Our new speed cameras capture images of speeding vehicles, helping to penalize speeding drivers and better enforce speed limits.
Recycled rubber traffic calming: Our rubber solutions are created using snap-together units and can be customized to any size or width in a choice of colors, sizes, and heights. They are easy to install and compel drivers to reduce their speeds.
Speed humps– Designed to slow cars to 10-20 mph, speed humps are most often used on residential roads.
Speed cushions– A series of small speed humps, these are most often used where emergency response time is a concern as they allow emergency vehicles to drive over without slowing down.
Speed tables– Similar to a speed hump but with a flat top, speed tables slow cars more gradually to 20-25 mph and are popular on residential roads.
Cyclelane– This unique 2 sided bike lane curbing creates a dedicated bike lane while protecting cyclists from passing vehicle traffic.
Superflex Curbing– These highly flexible curbs can be bent and shaped to create custom configurations such as traffic circles, medians, or lane narrowing.
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