Small traffic island made of standard corner curbstones

Special equipment is always used whenever it comes to systematic control of traffic in closed areas – such as the access to parking lots or parking garages. For this purpose, for example, barrier gate systems are very popular, because they are simple and place saving, and they only give access after legitimation. Since access and exit are generally placed directly next to each other, often right between them, there is a traffic island which serves to separate the lanes clearly. These islands also provide space for the equipment used for access control.

If standardized curbstones are used for...

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