Step n Lock 'STATE LAW YIELD TO PEDESTRIANS WITHIN CROSSWALK' Traffic Panel

SKU CCW-19-021-00643
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  • Impact resistant
  • Available in various sheetings
  • Easy to use
  • Easy installation
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$107.56

Product Overview

Check out the Traffix Step n Lock “STATE LAW YIELD TO PEDESTRIANS WITHIN CROSSWALK” Traffic Panel and get yours today! Made of polyethylene and impact resistant, this traffic panel is not only useful, but also durable! With the Step-N-Lock foot hole, this panel is easy to install and with the molded rubber base, it is guaranteed to stay stable. Take a look now - one or two-sided, the choice is yours to make!

Includes:
Step n Lock "STATE LAW YIELD TO PEDESTRIANS WITHIN CROSSWALK" Traffic Panel

Features:

  • Impact resistant 12” X 36” blow molded polyethylene plastic panel
  • Utilizing the Step-N-Lock foot hole, simply step down and lock the panel into base. Six locking buttons molded into the panel and correspond to six matching recesses molded into the base
  • Diamond Grade lime/yellow and High Intensity white sheeting with screened symbol
  • Available with 28 lb. or 43 lb. molded rubber base
  • Meets MUTCD pedestrian barricade requirements
  • NCHRP 350 approved with barricade light

 

Specification

Specifications:

  • Material: Polyethylene plastic
  • Dimensions: 12” X 36”
  • Base Weight: 28 lbs. or 43 lbs.
  • Customizable? No

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