Ride-A-Way™ Specialized Coatings for Colorized Preferential Lanes
Bike Lanes • Bus Lanes • Walkways • RoundAbouts • Streetscapes
Enhance visibility and safety awareness for all shared roadway users… pedestrians, cyclists, motorists and transit users.
Ride-A-Way™ is an epoxy-modified, acrylic, waterborne coating specifically designed for the colorization of preferential lanes on streets and highways.
It has a balance of properties to ensure adhesion while providing excellent durability and color stability. Skid resistant, environmentally safe, and available in a variety of colors, Ride-A-Way™ coatings are easy to apply on asphalt and concrete pavement surfaces.
Now gaining greater momentum in North America, bike lanes and bus lanes are incorporated into state, regional, and local transportation plans due to the user demand for a balanced, multimodal transportation network that meets the needs of all roadway users with safety as the number one priority.
Ride-A-Way™ Colorized Lanes Features
– Increases awareness of shared roadway use among motorists, pedestrians, cyclists, and transit users
– Enhances visibility of preferential lanes
– Provides clear delineation and traffic calming
– Promotes balanced multimodal transportation network
Durability: The epoxy-modified formula is specifically designed for long-term use even in harsh climates and wet conditions.
Flexibility: The formulation allows the coating to expand and contract at the same rate as the pavement to avoid cracking.
Friction: Slip and skid resistant aggregates provide greater traction for safe pedestrian and vehicle traffic. Due to the low viscosity of the coating, it has very good static and dynamic friction properties at high and low speeds.
Color Stability: Advanced acrylic polymer technology and superior pigments provide long-lasting color retention, especially against UV rays.
Chemical Resistance: Impervious to gas, oil, engine and de-icing agents that often come into contact with road surfaces.
Environmentally Friendly: Water-based, acrylic formulation contains no harsh solvents and can be recycled along with asphalt. Meets EPA requirements for VOCs.
Colors and Patterns
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