Raised pedestrian crossing

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A pedestrian crossing is an elevation of the carriageway fitted with ramps. The purpose of this is twofold: making pedestrians safer by increasing their visibility and slowing motorists down when they approach a pedestrian crossing.

 

Our raised crossings are made of recycled rubber modules. The modular design enables quick installation (each module is fixed to the ground using expansion plugs) and simplifies maintenance. Its central board is constructed of rubber elements equipped with recesses to accommodate concrete blocks (available in different colours), which increases the wear resistance of the crossing. Reflective elastic-plastic inserts are fitted to the entry ramps to increase visibility at night.

 

All the rubber elements that make up our raised pedestrian crossing are certified by ReMade in Italy®.  A certification that testifies the amount of recycled material in our products and assesses their compliance with GPP.