How to design a car park?
- Manage incoming and outgoing traffic
- Provide information about the number of spaces available
- Assign car park spaces
- Make pedestrians safe
- Make the car park accessible to persons with reduced mobility
Indicate the direction of traffic with horizontal and vertical road signs
Mark out the flow of traffic using road paint and vertical road signs.
The Lx3® police traffic sign range combines robustness, a triple-edge finish and unlimited customizing!
|Lx3® First police traffic sign||Road marking|
Preventing illegal parking
Add height restriction barriers to car park entrances and exits and hoop barriers on spaces to prevent illegal parking:
Install electronic parking management and guidance systems
to show the real time status of spaces in the car park and enable motorists to make the best use of car parks at their disposition according to their needs.
Divide the car park into different parking areas
Use colour-coded marking, along with an Lx3® sign at the entrance.
Establish marking and signs to protect pedestrians from traffic lanes
Make pedestrians safe by means of road marking along with bollards and barriers, for coordinated and elegant marking.
|Esplanade post||Harmonie barrier|
Mark out dedicated spaces for persons with reduced mobility and electric vehicles
Mark out the spaces for persons with reduced mobility (1 in 50 is recommended):
Specific road marking, wider space to accommodate wheelchairs, curb ramps for easy access, space marked with Lx3® sign…
Similarly, mark out spaces for electric vehicles (1 in 10 is recommended in urban areas), with specific road marking, an Lx3® police traffic sign and a charging station.