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Our latest stories at Rediweld Traffic Products
Rediweld will be exhibiting at the Transport & Health Summit in Portsmouth on the 1st & 2nd March, we shall be showing our new Milestone product, so please join us on Stand A5 for further information.
We will be at this years Intertraffic Exhibition in Amsterdam 2018 from the 20th - 23rd March 2018, Join us on Stand 05.458 and see our latest news and products.
Firstly thank you to everyone that stopped by to see us at Healthy Streets 2017, it was a brilliant show with a good turnout.
We here at Rediweld thought it would be lovely to do a competition in line with World Photo Day, so here it is.... Thank you to everyone that entered we have now picked all of our winners!
The Rediweld Cycle Team completed their hefty 55km Isle of Wight Randonnee, and we couldn’t be more proud of them!
Firstly thank you to everyone that stopped by to see us at Traffex, it was a brilliant show with a good turnout.
We had the pleasure of being at Cycle City Bradford over the 11th and 12th of May.
We have carried out various tests with our range of Orca Cycle lane products. These have included a car, cyclists and a motorcycle trying to show how these products react if struck and how you could correct yourself.
Orcas have recently been installed in Tavistock Place up to Torrington Place where you will also find a combination of Jislon Pole Cones. This scheme is part of a new road layout allowing vehicles to access one way Westbound.
Orcas have now been installed along Great North Road in Newcastle along with Jislon Pole Cones known as Wands showing junctions along the section.
To compliment the existing D-Shaped RediPave Island, we can now provide a more triangular look to our island.
Welcome to the new Rediweld website, we hope you enjoy having a look around.
Brighton & Hove have recently installed RediPave Islands in Oxford Street in Brighton to prevent vehicles cutting the junction and to offer more ...
The New Cycle Separator is the ideal product designed to provide light segregation to Protect but not trap cyclists.