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MSWS 750 – Mobile Speed Warning Sign

Signs

WATCH THE SIGNAGE CHANGE AS THE TRAFFIC CONDITIONS CHANGE

Active signage is a key element of dynamic traffic management systems. SWARCO offers the complete range of active signage that will increase roadway efficiency and help drivers travel safer and smarter. Depending on the traffic situation, the variable signage will inform, warn, and guide the motorists on both urban roads and highways.

Solutions

  • Hazard Warning Vehicle Activated Signs

    Hazard Warning Signs are designed for use where the environment poses a risk, whether it be from adverse weather condition or a bend in the road.

  • Smart City Messenger

    SWARCO TRAFFIC Ltd offers a range of Smart City Messenger Mobile Variable Message Signs. The SCM can be integrated into Local Authority UTMC systems to display traffic information.

  • Urban VMS

    LED Variable Message Signs with limited, freely programmable or combined display.

  • Driver Feedback Signs

    As an extension of the SWARCO range of Speed Warning Signs we supply signs which display actual vehicle speeds. These signs will warn motorists if their speed is above or below the limit and options are available to warn the driver to slow down or thank them for remaining within the limit.

  • Moveable Vehicle Activated Signs MVAS

    Moveable Vehicle Activated Signs (MVAS). The signs are designed for self-deployment by Parish Councils in order to improve road safety and encourage safer driving speeds.

  • Overheight Vehicle Detection

    SWARCO has over a number of years, has developed an Overheight Vehicle Detection System (OVD). Using combinations of inductive loops and infra red detection to determine whether a vehicle is too high to pass safely.

  • Prism Sign

    This technology is typically used for diversion routes, road closure warning or Pedestrian Zones.


  • School Safety Signs

    Typically they can be used to indicate a reduced speed limit from 30mph down to 20mph during school entry and exit times. Alternatively they can be pictogram based to display a representation of children crossing a road.