Complete 9-Bay Quad Guard.
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Complete 9-Bay Quad Guard. Cartridges Included.
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- 9 Bay
- Redirective crash cushion system
- Meets TL-2 and TL-3
- Permanent or Temporary Work Zone Applications
- Shoulder Protection
- Point Protection
- Median Protection
- Gore Two-Side Protection
These items and the crews that master them form a powerful force for good for our nation. They work on billions of feet of guardrail; Advance thousands of safety sites, Install crucial materials; Building up effective safeguards for our nation’s transportation. When its time to build up the highway – these crews apply this equipment on the ground. Knocking out DOT to-do lists in Texas, driving it home in the Carolinas, making it happen in Nebraska and cleaning up bids in California.
Highway hardware and related equipment are the workhorses of the US highway safety story.
These items take on the powerful mission of active safety, moving them from concept into a working reality. Guardrail, pounder trucks, glare screen, pavement marking and traffic control items are hard at work right now – protecting lives all across the nation, every hour, every day, every year.
Traffic Circle continues a rich cycle of stewardship, delivering increased value to owners, to departments, to our nation. We’ve done so for decades.
What makes us happy? When owners (with stagnant surplus) and buyers (with increasing demand) – are connected. When pallets, truckloads, or whole units of useable highway safety items get moving – we’ve done our job.
Time after time, products featured here benefit new owners. Idle, surplus items find new homes and new stories. While Traffic Circle Buyers often reap stellar deals, Traffic Circle sellers receive cash-flow, pre-positioning them for a better future. We’re happy when we’ve funded war-chests to open up new, profitable streams of revenue for various contractors.
When asked, ‘What makes you tick?’ – Here’s our answer: