How to ensure safety around schools?
Safety systems are essential around schools. The presence of children (difficult to see, unpredictable behaviour, etc.) requires special precautions and the comings and goings of parents who park illegally increase safety needs.
- Manage the flows of different types of users at rush hours
- Provide safe crossings and walkways for pedestrians, especially children
- Prevent illegal parking
- Limit the speeding near schools
Improve the school's visibility
Discover our range of Lx3® traffic signs in First or City version (housed range) of regulatory advance warning signs.
Lx3® police traffic signs
Illuminated warning signs increases the visibility of the area.
Métrostar reinforced sign Moving pedestrian sign,
Highly visible with its bright colours and tall stature, the Crayon Totem is designed especially to signal school areas.
Ecole Totem, contact us
For greater visibility, consider specific road marking for schools.
The J11 bollard is just what you need to prevent illegal and dangerous vehicle manoeuvres!
J11 Sentinelle® bollard
Encourage slowing at the approach to the school area
Named for the goddess of prudence, the Métis® radar speed sign detects vehicles on approach and displays their speed in real time. This is the perfect way to encourage slowing and vigilance in the area.
Métis® 1000 radar speed sign
Together with position and advance warning signs, speed bumps slow motorists without bothering cyclists. Choose the speed cushion!
Limit the speed to 30km/h in areas where pedestrians, motorists and cyclists frequently come together.
Mark out paths for pedestrians and cyclists
Channel road crossings by installing pedestrian crossings in appropriate places.
Protect children on their way to school and at drop-off points by installing posts and barriers, specially designed and manufactured to for this purpose.
Ecole barrier, Harmonie post
Design pavements, curb ramps and road crossings for persons with reduced mobility.
Separate bicycle traffic from vehicles and pedestrians by setting up dedicated cycle lanes.