We’re happy to share more installations from Quayside in Newcastle, where a new Rosehill Highways rubber traffic island creates a clear distinction between the cycle lane and the road, improving cyclist confidence and safety when using the route.
One of the standout features of our traffic islands is their adaptability. They can be customised and extended to cater to various needs, such as creating larger pedestrian crossings, chicanes, or lane separators, ensuring they align well with the existing infrastructure. This includes a seamless integration with street elements like lamps, traffic lights, and signage.
Rosehill Traffic Islands are made using recycled rubber and with a unique cold-curing manufacturing method, making them a sustainable alternative to concrete or bitumen. They are easy to install on the surface without excavation, reducing inconvenience and saving costs.