Traffic calming and lane separators
K71 returns to upright position with ripped base
Watch how the K71 posts returns to upright position even when half the base is elminated
In road example video
The K825 Post height at 25” + 4“ curb height (29”) was designed to align with the K71 post hight of (29”) for curb and street mount applications. The design is specific to maintain a consistent height to the current Vision Zero Program at 29“ which is the best height for bicycle lanes.
The solid rubber Curb height at 4 inches and tapered sides was designed to allow broken down vehicles to be pushed off the road easily and use bike lanes for a safety zone.
The curb is 15” wide at the base to impose road division guidance to oncoming vehicles designating bike lanes, especially on bridges where fluid through traffic is critical.
San Fernando Drive Through
Complete Street (Better BikewaysSJ)
Cycling Los Angeles:
A First Look at the Downtown Protected Bike Lanes
2-Way Bike Lane Opens In Downtown LA with K72 Posts
First two-way bike in
Los Angeles opens | ABC7
K71 Barriers Between Bike, Car Lanes
Long Beach iClip - New Protected Bike Lanes in North Long Beach
Los Angeles New Bus, Bike Lanes Opened In Downtown LA
In road random crash video
In road Anchor Installation Video
K72 Impact video
K71 Ripped open video
See how the K71 material can support itself even with the post ripped open