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How do you tell cars to stay away from one part of the road? In addition to traffic cones, other orange and white traffic control devices are used. In our store, this includes various pieces of large traffic control equipment, such as barricades and barriers, barrels, and pavement marking tape. All of these serve as visual traffic control signs to notify motorists – as well as pedestrians – to stay away from certain parts of a road or sidewalk. As workers may be present in these parts, they don’t want to be injured from a stray vehicle and motorists, likewise, don’t want to damage their vehicles.
Orange barrels are one common traffic control device. Designed similar to cones, barrels are made from polyethylene and display reflective strips that are four or six inches thick. Additionally, “A” or “C” grade lights can attach and be displayed from the top. As these large barrels need to be visible, each is42.5 inches tall and, for stability, weighs 25 pounds.
Barricades and barriers provide another visual traffic control sign and, additionally, can be used on sidewalks and in parking lots – anywhere to indicate that pedestrians or motorists shouldn’t cross. Traffic barricades come in types one and two for visibility, but each is made of a galvanized steel frame and plywood coated with latex. On top of the plywood is engineer-quality reflecting tape. These traffic control devices, too, can support lights for motorists to see the barrier better. In addition, our store carries several A-frame barriers in orange and white that can be paired with these barricades.
Other types of traffic control devices or “flaggers” are available. Aside from on barricades and cones, reflective tape can be placed on the road to give motorists a clear boundary at night. This tape is made from reflective polymer and, even in the rain, it will stay in place. Similarly, raised pavement markers can indicate a detour path at night for motorists.