Anatomy of a High Performance In-Roadway Warning Light System
Controller Flash Patterns
In-Pavement, Recessed Rail Signal Lighting Systems
Pedestrian Detection Photo-Sensor Bollards Four Pedestrian Detection Photo-Sensor Bollards installed at an office building in Dallas, TX.
Vehicle Guidance and Lane Delineation Lights In-road lights that mark the center and edge of the lane help drivers anticipate the road alignment ahead. This is especially important on dark, curvy roads during poor visibility conditions, like rain, snow or fog.
In-road lights also can increase the road capacity and reduce congestion by adapting the existing road layout through dynamically changing lane directions and reallocating extra lanes when the volume of traffic demands it.
Wrong Way Warning Lights Wrong-way, head-on crashes have much higher injury and death rates than other types of accidents. A majority of these collisions occur at night and are caused by impaired, distracted or confused drivers who enter highways going the wrong direction. When coupled with a sensor system, in-road lights will flash to command the attention of errant drivers at exit ramps and other roadways with one-way traffic.
Bike Lane Warning Lights When it comes to unsafe bike lanes, in-road lights placed along a bike path can be triggered to flash when cyclists are near. The flashing lights help to alert drivers of the presence of cyclists and encourage caution.
Race Track Lights Over 100 yellow TS-600 lights were installed at the Circuito de Albacete race track in Spain. The lights are used at the exit from the pit stop to indicate the appropriate speed the driver should have before returning to the race track.
TS30/TS40 MUTCD Compliant Flashing LED Edge Lit Signs