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Traffic Calming Solutions

The purpose of SafePace radar speed signs is to slow down vehicles so that everyone may travel on safer roadways. It has been demonstrated that speed signs work, especially with today's highly visual and frequently inattentive drivers.

Camera Speed Systems

Our solutions are here to assist you get the pictures you need for safer roads, whether your goal is to deploy cameras to help enforce speed limits or collect information and images on speed offenders. Images might be used to police speed limits or warn other drivers.

Rubber Traffic Calming

Recycled rubber traffic calming devices are a practical, eye-catching, and environmentally friendly method of reducing vehicle speed and saving lives. They are scalable to infinite configurations.


The purpose of SafePace digital radar speed signs is to reduce vehicle speed, hence increasing roadway safety for all users. Every Traffic Logix speed sign has wireless connection and web capability. This implies that you can view traffic data and reports directly from your workstation and remotely manage signs as well.
Driver speed data is shown on our digital radar speed signs, alerting drivers when they exceed the speed limit. Studies reveal that they are successful in slowing down speeders, especially the very visible and frequently inattentive drivers of today. In work zones, private communities, school zones, and local roadways, radar signs are widely used.
The intention is for drivers to slow down as soon as they become aware that they are moving too quickly. Radar signs, sometimes referred to as speed display signs, driver feedback signs, and "your speed" signs, work according to the feedback loop principle, which states that when people are given knowledge about their performance, they are more likely to take note of it and get better. This feedback loop is initiated by digital speed signs, which notify vehicles who are speeding of their current speed in addition to posted speed limit signs.
Radar signs can be used alone or in conjunction with other traffic-calming techniques, such as speed bumps, speed cameras, or other devices, depending on your application and concerns about speed.

Traffic Speed Cameras & Radar Enforcement

In addition to providing cutting-edge, reliable speed camera systems, Traffic Logix also sells entry-level camera accessories. Speed cameras can be deployed alone or in conjunction with driver feedback indicators to further incentivize drivers to reduce their speed, especially in high-risk locations like school zones and well-travelled paths for bicyclists and pedestrians. They are frequently used close to toll booths and are a well-liked answer to problems with highway safety.

How do Speed Cameras Work?

Speed cameras use radar technology pointed at one or more lanes on the road to identify vehicles that are travelling too fast. In addition, when a car enters an intersection after the light has turned red, it is detected by cameras installed at traffic light intersections.
Speed cameras are common for enhancing highway safety as well as in work and school zones. In addition, private or residential areas, as well as areas where moving infractions like speeding are a problem, may be the sites of cameras. Numerous studies have demonstrated how well speed cameras work to slow down vehicles, promote safer driving, and lessen collisions and injuries.
The transportation agencies have been able to implement speed camera programmes that enhance and support traffic safety because of the speed cameras' proven effectiveness. Officials can lessen the amount of moving violations and potential traffic injuries by cutting down on the number of speeding and red light offences in certain trouble spots.
A speed camera system snaps a photo of a passing car when it detects it. The following details regarding the violating car are captured in these images:

  • • Colour, make, model, and licence plate
  • • Date and time of the offence
  • • Direction of travel
  • • Speed of the vehicle VS posted speed limit
  • • Lane vehicle is travelling in
  • • Camera Locations
  • • Other specified parameters

Rubber Humps for Traffic Calming

Traffic Logix recycled rubber speed humps are rounded traffic calming solutions, installed across the width of the road to slow cars down. They are ideal for residential roads and slow cars to 10-20 mph, the desired speed for many local roads. Unlike asphalt, they offer high visibility with embedded highway tape so drivers can see the rubber humps even from a distance.
Traffic Logix speed humps are quick and easy to install. Available in 3” or 4” heights and typically installed in 7’ or 14’ lengths, rubber humps are effective in slowing cars down. They offer maximum visibility, excellent durability, and are an excellent tool to reduce traffic speeds and return safety to neighborhood roads.

Speed Cushions

Installed over the width of the road, Traffic Logix recycled rubber speed cushions, often known as speed lumps, are a series of tiny speed bumps. Speed bumps are perfect for roadways where emergency response times are an issue since they are made to be both large enough to slow down cars and narrow enough for emergency vehicles to straddle.
Cars with speed cushions slow down to 15 to 20 mph. Traffic Logix speed cushions are fast and simple to install because they are made of interlocking parts that just snap together. Speed cushions are a creative way to protect your roadways from speeders and slow down traffic without slowing down emergency vehicles. They are usually 3.5 feet long and 3 inches high.
Installing Traffic Logix speed bumps is quick and simple. Rubber humps, which come in 3" or 4" heights and are usually erected in 7' or 14' lengths, are useful for slowing down autos. In addition to providing maximum visibility and exceptional longevity, they are a great instrument for lowering traffic speeds and restoring safety to residential roads.

Speed Tables

Flat-topped speed bumps made of recycled rubber, Traffic Logix speed tables allow a passenger car's whole wheelbase to sit atop them. Cars may maintain a somewhat faster speed than they would on speed bumps because of the flat top design, which slows them down to 20 to 25 mph.
The interlocking parts that make up Traffic Logix speed tables click together easily, making installation fast and simple. Speed tables, which are usually 14 or 21 feet long and 3 inches high, are a useful way to make residential roadways safer.

Rubber Curbs

Virgin rubber used to make Traffic Logix SuperFlex curbing is incredibly flexible, allowing it to be bent and shaped into any shape. SuperFlex curbing is a flexible traffic calming system that works well for lane narrowing or widening, medians, traffic circles, and curb extensions.
Brick red curbs are available; they stand out thanks to imbedded white or yellow highway tape. SuperFlex curbing offers unmatched versatility, enabling you to safeguard your streets for many years to come.

Cycle Lane

CycleLane is a smart and secure technique that creates a visual barrier between bike lanes and driving lanes. CycleLane curbing is made of recycled rubber and is intended to designate traffic areas while ensuring the security of bicycles. The lane delineators' distinctive two-sided form makes them perfect for use anywhere there is bike traffic.
While the biker side's sloping design gently nudges bikers back into the bike lane, the vehicle side's higher profile keeps cars out of the bike lane. You may design fully functional, everyone-safe streets with the aid of CycleLane curbing.


When cities utilise asphalt solutions, it can be challenging to maintain consistency, and new machines must be built in order to resurface streets.
Pre-molded rubber solutions from Traffic Logix are quick and simple to install, have a uniform shape for improved driver acceptance, and can be taken out and reinstalled at the same or a different position. With minimal upkeep, they provide enduring traffic safety that can avert collisions and save lives.