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One Way Traffic Spikes - Surface Mounted Models

To email your request for a price, address these questions/needs:

1) Width of drive that needs security
2) Asphalt or concrete roadway surface
3) Surface Mount or InGround Traffic Spikes System 
4) Motorized or One Way Traffic Spike System
5) Warning sign, post, speed bumps needed

PLEASE INCLUDE your shipping address with phone number.

Call or email for your free one way traffic spikes quote today:

(520) 303-4444

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TireShark™ One Way Traffic Spikes

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WORLD'S STRONGEST ONE WAY TRAFFIC SPIKES AT 1/2" THICK STEEL.

Definition of One Way Traffic Spikes: (The following definition in quotes is copyright protected.)
“"one way traffic spikes” - noun; plural
1: mechanical pivoting spikes in a roadway that can yield downward to vehicles for allowing movement in only one direction

  • one way traffic spikes direct traffic through payment stations for revenue
  • a parking lot uses one way traffic spikes to control traffic flow.
  • Drive across the one way traffic spikes to enter the parking garage.

2: mechanical pivoting spikes in a roadway that can remain upward to prevent vehicles from movement in an improper direction

  • “Do not enter an exit lane that has one way traffic spikes across its surface; the tires could become damaged.””

One way traffic spikes are used to create a direction of travel in a single, or one, direction. One way lanes facilitate one way traffic, directing vehicles to cross in one direction. One way traffic spikes typically result in higher traffic flows as drivers are able to avoid oncoming traffic or crossing and merging into oncoming traffic.
 
Examples of one way traffic spikes systems in use:

  • Narrow lanes hamper the safety of movement in dual directions.
  • Design of paid parking or controlled vehicle accessibility.
  • Slower speeds.
  • Reductions in Congestion of traffic.
  • Security and safety for personnel and property.

Vehicles traveling the wrong direction on one way freeways has been a traffic safety issue since the interstate highway system was created prior to the 1960s. The vast majority of wrong-way drivers turn around and drive back into the correct direction. Some drivers, even though they are not intoxicated, do continue to drive the wrong way on a one way thoroughfare. Many civilians think that spikes can be a cure to preventing wrong way travel, but these systems are not designed for repeated, high speed impacts. We can develop a system that can work, but it would require about $10 million in research and development to design a computerized system. Such one way traffic spike systems would be very expensive to install at each traffic access point, costing approximately $2 million per use/area.

Approximately 360 people are killed annually in wrong way highway crashes, with thousands more being injured. Some states take additional actions to improve entry and exit designs, signage, and striping to prevent wrong way accidents. Some states are researching intelligent transportation system technology to track directional violations. Other systems use embedded sensors, flashing lights, and recording equipment to see how a driver became involved in traveling the wrong way in a one way traffic environment.

Learn more about wrong way drivers here: http://www.heraldnet.com/news/stopping-wrong-way-drivers-no-simple-task/
More about public road safety and driving hazards here: https://www.fhwa.dot.gov/publications/publicroads/02sep/06.cfm
Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/One-way_traffic

Main website for One Way Traffic Spike Information: One Way Traffic Spikes

Our one way traffic spikes systems have the lowest height available. At 1 3/4” high, most drivers will have an easy time crossing these units at the correct speed. TireShark™ One Way Traffic Spikes are so low that you really don’t need to consider the use of in ground, flush, traffic spike systems. In ground systems are more difficult to install.

Our one way traffic spikes install very easily onto concrete and asphalt road surfaces. For installation of one way traffic spikes onto asphalt we recommend the use of construction epoxy. For one way traffic spikes that are installed onto concrete, use epoxy OR anchor bolts that are secured into drilled holes. The installation of our one way traffic spikes is so easy that many handymen can handle the installation, complete in just a few hours. Normally, licensed contractors are called to perform the installation of one way traffic spike systems.

OneWayTrafficSpikes.com’s one way traffic spikes need no electrical connections. TireShark™ one way traffic spikes direct drivers into one way travel in parking lots, garages and security lanes.

One Way traffic spikes, made by GR8 Holdings LLC are the best that you can buy. Our one way traffic spike bearings are easily replaced, unlike the competion’s, which cannot be replace (that makes NO sense!) Our one way traffic spikes’ decks are non-welded, meaning that they are not brittle and can take serious hits.. If you’re going to want longevity and performance, make sure to install our one way traffic spikes.

Our latch-down system is super easy to use and allows for passage in both directions for moving days or special needs.

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Warning signs for One Way Traffic Spikes point out the 5 mph no reversing requirements. Highly reflective, no power source or lighting is needed for visibility.

It is best to slow traffic to 5 mph by using our steel speed bumps before and after the one way traffic spike system.

We also sell rubber speed bumps.

Make sure to do your part and perform a proper installation!

Warning signs and the use of speed bumps before and after the one way traffic spikes help to coax drivers to not travel across one way traffic spikes exceeding 5 mph.

For one way traffic spikes systems, we offer either steel or rubber speed bumps.

Our dual sided one way traffic spike warning signs are the most legible and reflective of any on the market.

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