A bike lane test in Los Angeles, CA, showed that Color-Safe was easy to apply, cured fast and performs well.
The Gateway Bike Lane demonstration in St. Louis, MO, found success in the highly visible green surface that will help alert motorists to share the road with bicyclists.
The bike lane in Syracuse, NY was a two phase project with a total of 28,000 square feet of green bike lane.
Color-Safe surface worked well for this project in Eugene, OR, because it is a Methyl Methacrylate material that is durable under blowing and studded tire conditions.
Contractors can explore Transpo Industries Color-Safe (T-28) when marking a variety of surfaces ranging from bus lanes to crosswalks to bike lanes. The durable and skid-resistant material is a low-maintenance choice for safety and color demarcation. It is available in a variety of colors and aggregate sizes, easy application, fast cure time, low life cycle cost and has a strong adhesion to concrete and asphalt surfaces.
When applying T-28, contractors must be sure to thoroughly clean the surface of all dirt because contaminates may prevent proper adhesion of the material. It comes in three components consisting of T-28 pigmented resin, catalyst and aggregate that are mixed thoroughly. It is mixed, placed and finished in a single application. T-28 Color-Safe can be used on areas including bicycle paths, school zones, bus lanes and stops, intersections, walking paths, toll lanes, speed zones, turns and curves, and hazardous road areas.