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Could the Boston Airport Taxi Crash Been Prevented?

On Monday, July 3, several pedestrians were injured in Boston when a taxi driver lost control of his vehicle and unintentionally crashed into a group ...
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The Need for Traffic Control Barriers

One of the main methods of asset protection is the traffic control barrier, also called a traffic post or bollard. Most people don't pay any attention...
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ASTM to Release Low Speed Vehicle Barriers Standard

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Ocean Springs to Protect Property & Citizens with Removable Bollards

Removable Security Bollards Ocean Springs, MS has joined a growing number of cities across the country to deploy removable security bollards as part o...
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How Bollards and Pathways Ensure Pedestrian Safety in Cities

While you may not have actively given the idea thought, streamlined city safety features increase the relative enjoyment of walking around town. Extre...
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How Bollards Protect Docks and Water Sport Areas

The phrase “heavy traffic” suggests paved roads for cars or bikes, but waterways are known for being heavily trafficked, as well. This is particularly...
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7 Uses for Security Bollards in Schools and Universities

Elementary, middle and high schools, as well as universities, have many high-traffic areas that require exceptional protection systems to ensure the s...
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Protecting Your Business With Barrier Posts

As a business owner, your store property is valuable to you. If someone crashes into your site, your business could be faced with thousands of dollars...
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How to Protect Your Site

Your entire property is valuable, but oftentimes, certain areas, like water meters and electric boxes need increased protections. You may even need to...
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How To Control Traffic With Bollards

Bollards are designed to prevent vehicular access that can result in crashes. More than anything, though, bollards manage traffic patterns to prevent ...
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7 Low-Speed Zones that Need Traffic Bollard Protection

While areas with traditionally slow traffic speeds may not initially seem like prime candidates for traffic bollard protection, they can actually be s...
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Common Causes of Pedestrian Accidents

Pedestrians are the most vulnerable victims of car accidents—unlike drivers, they are entirely unprotected. While many removable, collapsible and fixe...
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When to Use a Guide Post Instead of a Bollard

Bollards offer durable, powerful protection against vehicle collisions and unwanted intrusions—that security isn't always the right fit, though. In so...
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What Is the Minimum Height for a Bollard?

When it comes to bollards, size matters, and not just in terms of stopping power. Bollards and barriers should be tall enough to be effective and visi...
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How Traffic Bollards Have Improved

The need for safety bollards is widely recognized all over the world, keeping pedestrians and property safe from injury and damage. In spite of their ...
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Recent Technological Advances in Physical Security

One area of security that has experienced a large amount of technological advances has been in physical security systems. Many developments have made ...
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ASTM to release Standard for Low Speed Vehicle Barriers

ASTM sets standards for products around the world to improve product safety and quality.  Recently, they have developed a standard for testing Low Spe...
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