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Roundabout Design

ROUNDABOUTS

Rubber roundabouts have been in use in Australia for a number of years with outstanding success. These specially designed segments have been manufactured from recycled rubber and are virtually indestructible. Rubber roundabouts are a popular solution to LATM problem areas and they are only a fraction of the cost of conventional methods.

It has never been easier than this; the ability to move and relocate takes the worry out of the design treatment. These Roundabouts can be installed in less than a day; reducing the cost substantially. Rubber Roundabouts have been installed in all states of Australia and New Zealand.

The innovative designs allow for easy installation onto any road surface with immediate results. They offer the flexibility to be removed for special events or road maintenance if required. Any size is available and we can tailor the design to suit your needs.

     
         

Did you know?

The first "Don't Walk"' signs were installed in New York City on 5 February 1952. Red remained the preferred color for warning signs because red elevates the blood pressure, heightening nervous tension, therefore the most likely color to attract attention. Yellow is used in signs aimed at vehicle traffic because it is the most visible color in the spectrum and can be seen from the farthest distance.

Source: www.didyouknow.org/trafficlights.htm

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