The Rosehill Heritage 1200 Rubber Traffic Island
Rosehill Highways is the expert when it comes to the design and manufacture of solid rubber traffic calming products; we are continually developing our products from valuable customer feedback.
We have often been asked to design a traffic island that complements villages, towns and cities that are especially valued for their historic character. The Heritage 1200 Rubber Traffic Island is ideal for these areas.
This attractive one piece rubber unit features a new paver design and is intended for urban and conservation areas. Delivered with the standard Rosehill fixing kit, the Heritage 1200 traffic island is very durable and conveniently flexes to the road camber.
The side walls incorporate reflective strips for high visibility and a reflective glass eye is available as an optional extra. Made from solid rubber, the unit absorbs impacts and will not crack or spall.
Perfect for small pedestrian refuges, the Heritage 1200 can be supplied as a complete kit with stick down tactiles.
Rosehill Cycle Lane Defenders – Doing their job!
Our cycle lane defenders are being put to the test by Glasgow City Council on a project at Aitkenhead Road in Goven Hill, Cathkin near Glasgow. The project was to trial 3 cycle lane products – Rosehill’s and two other competitors’ less substantial units.
The installers from Macasphalt were working to a tight deadline and were keen to start installation. Our competitors’ products were not available, so they decided to install Rosehill’s 60 metre long line of continuous defenders first.
Unfortunately, before the signage, bollards and road markings that indicate the change of road use were completed, a large HGV hit the Rosehill Cycle lane defenders. The impact from this did not shift the Rosehill units from their position at all.
Glasgow City Council engineers were so delighted that they decided to order more of the Rosehill product to complete another scheme nearby.
Safer Cycling Solutions From Rosehill Highways
Our Cycle Lane Defenders comply with Cycling England and Sustrans guidelines to make cycle lanes 2.0m wide whenever practicable, or 1.5m minimum. There are two Defenders available, narrow and wide, with and without drainage channels.
For further information download the leaflet here. Alternatively, send us an email and we will contact you with more information.
Rosehill Highways unveil new look exhibition stand
The new Rosehill exhibition stand made it’s first appearance at Traffex at the NEC Birmingham from 16 to 18 April.
Designed as an 8m x 8m stand, we have the flexibility to accommodate other sizes of floor spaces if necessary. The product pavilion allows a clear, uncluttered display area for all types of Rosehill products and is formed of 4 illuminated light boxes at each corner enabling clear images and messages to be shown. DVD presentations are available to demonstrate our products being installed and operating.
A discreet seating area is provided for clients.Traffex was a huge success with many new lines of enquiry being attracted by Rosehill Highways. It was great to receive so much positive feedback from visitors to our stand.The corporate stand will also appear in 2013 at:
- Railtex, London – Rosehill Rail
- IAF, Munster, Germany – Rosehill Rail
- FSB, Cologne, Germany – Rosehill Sports & Play
Planned 2014 attendances, so far include:
- InterTraffic, Holland – Rosehill Highways
- Infrarail, NEC, Birmingham – Rosehill Rail
Rosehill Highways to attend two HAUC events
The Highways Authorities & Utilities Committee (HAUC) are holding two events this autumn at which Rosehill Highways will be present.
On 11 and 12 September the Staffordshire County Show Ground will host the 14th Annual HAUC Roadshow. Rosehill Highways will be at Stand S9 located in the Sandylands Centre with products ranging from Traffic Islands to tactile paving.
The Institute of Civil Engineers at 1 Great George Street in London will be the venue for the National HAUC (UK) Conference on 12 October. Again, Rosehill Highways will be in attendance, at Stand Number 2, to showcase our range of innovative Highways products. Visit us on the stand and you could win a new iPod.
Rosehill Highways to attend Road Expo 2012
Rosehill Highways will be exhibiting at the Road Expo 2012, Scotland’s largest traffic management and highway maintenance event, being held at the Royal Highland Centre in Edinburgh on 7 and 8 November.
We will extend a warm welcome to all those who come and see us on Stand G20.
Find out more about our products made from 100% recycled rubber – Speed cushions, Speed Calmers, Lane Separators and much more.
Morrison Supermarkets PLC
The ‘Speed Calmer’ was chosen by Morrison Supermarkets for the speed control and regulation of HGV movements at their new manufacturing and distribution facility in Somerset. Their requirements were to reduce speeds to 5mph whilst ensuring a more controlled and smoother transit over the measure, without damaging the vehicle and more importantly – Its contents.
The unique calmer, being a larger and longer alternative to traditional speed ‘bumps’ offers the benefits of faster installation times and a more secure attachment to the surface, which if block paved can be problematic, in comparison to smaller alternatives which can detach and separate over time.
Optional corporate and speed markings were selected to reinforce and highlight the units, in addition to their willingness for the promotion and use of sustainable materials, being recycled rubber from HGV tyres.
2 metre wide D islands were chosen by Walsall Council to create their first surface fixed rubber pedestrian refuge.
The 6 metre long 4 piece refuge was installed in 3 hours, with minimal disruption to road users, low cost stop-go traffic management and no excavation required.
Staff and residents were delighted and impressed by the speed and simplicity of the fit, which transpired quickly into a fit for purpose refuge which blended seamlessly into the road and surroundings.
Positive comments reflected the successful installation which included “in the morning there was nothing and in the afternoon appeared a refuge Island; we are thrilled and impressed by the speed of installation and lack of disturbance, with minimal disruption”.