Road surfaces at approaches to pedestrian crossings, traffic lights and some junctions are common locations where vehicles often have to brake quickly or unexpectedly. As such, these surfaces benefit greatly from solutions that help vehicles come to a stop more effectively in order to reduce collision risks and improve road user safety.
That's why when Leiths was contracted by Aberdeen City Council to resurface an approach to a busy pedestrian crossing on King Street, we chose to use our newly developed Rigagrip surfacing.
See the attached article printed in the Winter edition (Issue 2) of the Nynas Inhouse Magazine "Performance" for the full story.
See the attached article printed in Asphalt Now Magazine (Issue 35, p/9) for more information on Leiths Rigagrip.