New Pig introduces One Way Speed Bump

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New Pig Corp. has introduced the One Way Speed Bump to help direct traffic in parking lots and parking garages. Its design allows traffic to pass over it on one side, but restrict the flow of traffic on the other side, the company says.

The Speed Bump’s tapered side is designed to allow traffic to pass easily one way, and its 2-inch upright barrier edge features a “Wrong Way” sign to deter traffic the other way. Its yellow color and reflective warning make it highly visible to motorists, according to New Pig, and its construction — 100 percent recycled wood and plastic — is made to resist dents, corrosion and cracking.

The One Way Speed Bump can be joined with multiple units for desired size and is available with lag bolts or rebar spikes for concrete and/or asphalt installation. For more information, go to www.newpig.com.