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Reflective Pavement Markers

Reflective Pavement Markers

Clearly and safely designate traffic lanes with Reflective Pavement Markers

  • Prismatic pavement markers are made of high-impact, weather-resistant plastic
  • Choose from 5 casing colors: white, yellow, red, blue or green
  • Some 4" x 4" marker casing colors are available with 1-Way or 2-Way reflectors
  • Markers are easy to install, simply adhere to pavement with adhesive applied with a caulking gun (sold seperately)
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Why do you need pavement markings?

Pavement markers are important tools in maintaining roadway safety. These tools provide necessary information about possible dangerous road situations and efficiently guide motorists along the way without the need for words. By using pavement markers, you can help prevent road accidents and collisions.

What are the benefits of reflective pavement markers?

Reflective markers are highly suitable for use both day and night. The reflective quality of these markers prove to be useful even under poor lighting conditions, bad weather conditions, and other environmental factors that may affect the visibility of the markers. In addition, most reflective markers are MUTCD compliant.

How does the color coding in pavement markings help in guiding traffic?

Aside from keeping motorists warned and informed of roadway situations, pavement markings are also efficient in guiding traffic flow. Using certain colors indicate a different situation. For example, yellow is used to indicate two-way traffic and white is used to separate traffic lanes going in the same direction.