About Jersey Barriers
Jersey Barriers provide portable, durable and high visibility protection for construction zones, road work sites, airports, and anywhere else where workers, pedestrians, vehicles, and equipment cross paths. Our selection has plastic jersey barriers for easy transport and quick deployment, and concrete jersey barriers for a more permanent and durable traffic control solution. Plastic barriers can be reinforced by connecting them or adding ballast with water or sand. Water filled and sand filled barriers provide more site protection than lighter crowd control methods like steel barricades. Add increased, sustainable visibility with solar powered light addons and reflective tape.
In addition, Crowd Control Warehouse offers a large variety of jersey barriers for all occasions. Our barriers come in a variety of colors, materials, and sizes, and with additional fencing options. This allows you to select the perfect jersey barrier for your exact need or location.
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Jersey Barrier FAQs
Q: How much do jersey barriers weigh?
A: The total weight of a jersey barrier depends on which kind you get. For example, some of them are ballastable barriers, meaning they can be filled with sand or water for added stability. In these cases, the weight will vary depending on what material they are filled with. We note the weight of plastic jersey barriers when filled with water on each product page. With concrete jersey barriers, the weight will vary depending on what size you purchase.
Q: Why are they called Jersey barriers?
A: The Jersey barrier got its name in the 1950s when they were first installed along a dangerous portion of US-22 in New Jersey. You can read more by visiting our Jersey Barrier Buying Guide.
Q: How much do Jersey barriers cost?
A: The price of jersey barriers varies depending on the type and size. For example, the smallest basic concrete jersey barrier (4 feet) costs around $418 and increases from there depending on size. The size options are 4, 8, 10, and 12 feet, with certain concrete jersey barriers offering an option for custom sizing.
For plastic jersey barriers, the price also varies depending on the weight of the barrier. For example, the smaller plastic barrier with a weight of 150 pounds starts at around $714 and increases from there.
Q: How long will it take to receive a jersey barrier after ordering?
A: The lead time for barriers is about five weeks. Our barriers ship LTL and take about 3 to 5 days to reach the customer once shipped.
Benefits of Jersey Barriers
- Long lasting
Common Use Cases
Jersey barriers are beneficial in construction zones for many reasons. They are a highly effective safety measure and can be strategically placed to protect both construction workers and passing motorists from potential hazards. By delineating work areas and creating a physical barrier, jersey barriers help minimize the risk of accidents, particularly in high-traffic zones. They are instrumental in redirecting vehicle flow, guiding traffic safely around construction sites, and preventing vehicles from inadvertently entering dangerous areas.
Jersey barriers play an important role in enhancing security and efficient operations at airports. These versatile tools are instrumental in various aspects of airport management. They can be used to define clear boundaries, separating secure and non-secure areas to control access and safeguard passengers and personnel.
Utilizing jersey barriers for public events helps promote safety, security, and efficient crowd control. Whether it's a music festival, sporting event, parade, or any large gathering, jersey barriers serve multiple essential functions. They help establish well-defined perimeters, keeping attendees within designated areas and preventing unauthorized access to off-limit areas. Additionally, jersey barriers aid in guiding foot traffic, creating organized queues and directing the flow of people.
Using jersey barriers for median division is a crucial aspect of road safety and traffic management. Median barriers, such as concrete jersey barriers or guardrails, serve as a protective buffer between opposing lanes of traffic, preventing head-on collisions and ensuring the safety of drivers and passengers.