Bike and Bus Lanes
Bike Lane & Bus Lane Road Markings
Cities, counties, and municipalities all over the U.S. rely on Endurablend to mark their bicycle lanes and bus lanes. Roads and highways can create trouble between motorists, bus drivers, and bicyclists because they all think they have the right of way.
The option is to create a visible buffered bike, bicycle, and bus lane pavement markings in order to avoid confusion and accidents. By clearly marking these, you will not only help to avert these problems but also decrease traffic congestion.
When we apply Endurablend bus lanes and bicycle pavement markings to the road, it can be installed with a monolithic application or with a hexagon pattern. The hexagon pattern increases friction and minimizes rainwater on the surface.
Reasons City Planners Rely On Us for Green Bike Lanes
Buffered bike lane pavement markings are used to designate areas of the road that are used by bicyclists. It allows motorists and bicyclists to drive separately from one another, which creates a safe traffic environment for everyone on the road.
Here at Pavement Surface Coatings LLC, we help our clients to create the following types of bike lanes:
- Conventional Bike Lanes: Used to designate bike lanes for bicyclists driving in parallel with motorists and bus drivers.
- Left-side Bike Lanes: Green bike lanes help designate lanes on one-way streets divided by a median.
- Buffered Bike Lanes: These add space between the bicyclist and the parking lane with green markings on the pavement
- Contra-Flow Bike Lanes: These are lanes for bicyclists going against the flow of traffic with green bike lanes
- Cycle tracks: Used to provide bicycle lane markings on tracks where there is no motor traffic
- Spot Treatment in Areas of Conflict: These are typically used at intersections, and with bike lane pavement markings they give bicyclists a place to stop and wait to cross
Why You Should Choose Our Red Bus Lane Road Markings
Bus lane markings can be found in any place where there is a lot of traffic, such as highways leading in and out of the city, downtown areas, and some suburban areas.
You can usually tell if a lane is designated for buses because it has red markings or another alternating color. The lane will typically be marked with the words “Bus Only.” Using these markings is a perfect solution for both motorists and pedestrians.
There are just some of the reasons why you should choose our bus lane road markings:
- It helps to keep buses from getting stuck in a traffic jam
- Drivers are alert to the restrictions of a road with bus lane markings on which they are driving
- Improved traffic conditions for everyone using the road with easy to recognize bus lane markings
- Increased efficiency of public transport resulting from easily recognizable bus lane road markings