ROADMARKING SYSTEMS

Write  a general description of roadmarking systems here. Doesnt need to be a lot, just something to set the scene. There will be two other paragraphs that deal with Longitudinal and Transverse lines. 

LONGITUDINAL LINES

First used in 1911, Longitudinal Line Marking is applied parallel to traffic flow and is used to delineate the separation of traffic lanes that travel on a roadway.

Usually consisting of edge and centre lines, Longitudinal Line Marking provide a primary road safety benefit to all road users.

World-class Longitudinal Line Marking Systems that provide superior visibility in day, night, dry and wet road conditions is an essential aspect of every roadway.

Application

Applied in a thin film application to the roadway via a specialised line marking machine.

A spray line marking system is an economical and versatile solution that delivers an improved safety benefit to any major road network.

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Durability of this system can vary from temporary markings, through to a long-life solution depending on the road marking materials chosen and the traffic conditions

Applied in a thick film application to the roadway via a specialised line marking machine.

An extruded line marking system is a durable and long-lasting solution that delivers an improved safety benefit at a reduced whole-of-life cost.

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Durability of this system vary depending on the road marking materials chosen and the traffic conditions

Applied in a specific pattern application to the roadway via a specialised line marking machine, to provide an audible response to the road user.

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An audio tactile line marking system is a durable and long-lasting solution that delivers an improved safety benefit by providing audible feedback to the driver if they are drifting across into another lane or oncoming traffic.

Sound and durability of this system vary depending on the pattern applied and the road marking materials chosen

Applied in a specific raised pattern application to the roadway via a specialised line marking machine, to provide high-performance night-time wet weather reflectivity.

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A structured line marking system is a durable and long-lasting solution that delivers an improved night-time, wet weather safety benefit by dramatically improving the visibility of lines under wet road conditions.

Performance and durability of this system vary depending on the pattern applied and the road marking materials chosen

TRANSVERSE MARKINGS

Markings and symbols applied to the road surface to provide guidance and warning for traffic, Transverse Road markings are usually found in the form of arrows, stop lines, give way lines and speed symbols.

World-class Transverse Road Marking Systems that provide superior visibility in day, night, dry and wet road conditions is an essential aspect of every roadway.

Application

Applied in a thin film application to the roadway via a specialised line marking machine.

A spray line marking system is an economical and versatile solution that delivers an improved safety benefit to any major road network.

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Durability of this system can vary from temporary markings, through to a long-life solution depending on the road marking materials chosen and the traffic conditions

Symbols that are manufactured and pre-cut into the various designs as required.  The symbols are pre-ordered and delivered to site, then applied to the road surface using a heat treatment to melt the symbol into the road surface.

This thick film application is durable and simple to apply, while providing a clear and easy to install road marking solution.

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Whilst only available in thermoplastic, the durability of this system can vary depending on the quality and performance characteristics of the chosen thermoplastic material.

Applied in a thick film application to the roadway via a specialised road marking machine, or screeded onto the road using a hand trowel.

Extruded (or screeded) road markings are durable and long-lasting.

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Durability and performance depend on the road marking materials chosen and the traffic conditions.