Traffic Buttons are used to sign parking lots or special zones in roads, such as curves, crossings or roundabouts, in addition, exists some special items to guide blind people in urban zones.
Buttons Marking Nails
Blue Raised Pavement Marker
Ceramic Traffic Buttons
Raised Pavement Markings
Raised Pavement Marker
Circular Raised Pavement Marker
Traffic Cat Eyes
Plastic Jiggle Bars
Cats Eyes Traffic Sign
Cats Eyes Reflective Traffic
Raised Reflective Pavement Marker
Solar Road Marker Lights
Solar Road Marker
Solar Led Road Marker
What are Traffic Buttons and How they work?
Traffic Buttons are Raised Pavement Markers used to sign and delimit areas in highways and road spaces.
What are the applications of Traffic Buttons?
Traffic Buttons or Raised Pavement Markers are ideal to use on pedestrian crossings and areas, laps, and parking lots to improve road safety.
What are made with Traffic Buttons?
Our Traffic Buttons or Raised Pavement Markers are made with:
- Stainless Steel
- Aluminum 380.2
How to install Traffic Buttons?
These Buttons have an easy installation and usually is required resistant epoxy glue or ABS bolt for a better fastening to concrete.
Are Traffic Buttons resistant to adverse weather conditions?
Yes, all our products have UV protection to resist adverse weather conditions, and are highly resistant to friction, humidity, wear and tear.
What are the available colors for Traffic Buttons?
Our Traffic Buttons or Raised Pavement Markers are available in bold colors such as:
Can Traffic Buttons withstand the weight of any vehicle type?
Yes, our Traffic Buttons or Raised Pavement Markers are designed to withstand the constant traffic of different vehicles without cracking.
What is the purpose of Traffic Buttons?
The purpose of Traffic Buttons or Raised Pavement Markers is to alert drivers through vibration when a tire passes over them.
What is the innovative technology in Traffic Buttons?
Our Traffic Buttons or Raised Pavement Markers integrate crystal spheres for better visibility, solar panels, LED lights and a vibratory mechanism.