Reflective Pavement Markers
- Available with 1-way reflection or 2-way reflection.
- 4″ x 4″ raised pavement markers in a range of colors to suit a variety of traffic and/or parking scenarios.
- Meets all relevant Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD)
- Bulk pricing discounts available
- No minimum order
- Comes in a range of colors to suit a variety of traffic and/or parking scenarios.
Pavement markers. Road studs. Cat’s eyes. Whatever you want to call them, these little blocks can be the key to a better driving experience!
Designed for Roads, Highways & More
Use reflectors to mark multi-lane highways, two-lane roads, roadways, construction zone entrances and exits, and even individual spaces in small parking lots. Between their appearance and raised texture, pavement markers will help keep existing lanes organized, temporarily stand-in for painted lines on freshly paved surfaces, and overall just make roads safer and easier to navigate.
Our reflective pavement markers are brightly-colored and easily visible during the daytime. Any vehicle that passes over them will feel a small—but unmissable—bump, notifying them that they’re drifting outside of established driving boundaries. Where our markers really shine, though, is at nighttime, or in areas with little ambient light. These reflectors will “catch” and amplify the small amounts of light provided by car and bicycle headlamps, giving them an illuminated appearance. There’s no batteries to replace or panels to charge; just install the pieces and you’re good to go!
How to Install
Reflective pavement markers can be applied with butyl pads (peel and stick), epoxy, or bitumen (asphalt). They are designed for commercial use on existing and new asphalt and concrete road surfaces. For Transline’s selection of pavement marker adhesives, please refer to our product catalog.
Pavement Marking Options
Please verify any local rules and regulations regarding the use of pavement markers in your area prior to placing your order. In most municipalities, certain colors should only be used to convey specific messages. For example, blue markers are for drawing attention to the presence of a fire hydrant nearby. Additionally, red and white reflectors should only be installed on one-way roads or highway ramps with the white side facing towards oncoming traffic; the red reflector is meant to serve as a “Do Not Enter” / “Wrong Way” indicator for drivers.
- 1-Way Reflective Amber: Affordable option for marking traffic lanes.
- 1-Way Reflective White: More visible option for marking centerlines and lanes.
- 2-Way Reflective Amber: Reflective for both lanes including oncoming traffic.
- 2-Way Reflective Blue: Blue markers are for drawing attention to the presence of a fire hydrant nearby.
- 2-Way Reflective Green: Typical use is for marking entrances to gated communities for emergency vehicles.
- 2-Way Reflective Red: Indicates do not enter and can be used for a variety of applications from on-ramps to road boundaries.
- Reflective Red-White: Red on one side, white on the other. Should only be installed on one-way roads or highway ramps with the white side facing towards oncoming traffic; the red reflector is meant to serve as a “Do Not Enter” / “Wrong Way” indicator for drivers.
Reflective Pavement Markers easily define traffic lanes during the day and provide ultimate wet night visibility.