Rediweld has moved into VR by showing what it feels like to cycle with Light Segregation products

Rediweld has been offering an extensive range of Road Safety Products over 25 years and in the last 4 years has evolved into a new market for cycle safety. These products include a range of Cycle Lane Separators which has been made possible through in depth research and development.

Rediweld has also worked with many local authorities around the UK which include all the Mini Holland Boroughs for many schemes. However from these projects it soon became apparent that not one product would be suitable for every location. In terms of design, we know that the quality and aesthetics of our products are important to our customers. This is enhanced by the type of tooling we have developed providing an organic finish. We also offer a granite colour which is suited to sensitive or heritage locations.

At this year’s Traffex exhibition Rediweld is stepping into the world of VR offering visitors a chance to sense what it feels like to be a cyclist with light segregation. These products include Orca’s, WandOrca’s, Jislon Pole Cones and Splitter islands.

Cycling with moderate to heavy traffic conditions with these types of products does give you more confidence and protection that you and other cyclists can enjoy without feeling vulnerable.

From the schemes that have been introduced, local authorities have seen an increase in the number of users from all ages sharing these routes. If we can help reduce the number of vehicle journeys, this in turn can reduce air (NO2, CO & PM) and noise pollution.

This makes it both a transferable asset and a ‘future proof’ product, for a global market.

These Orca cycle lane products compliment the other products that Rediweld offers including Traficop Speed Cushions, RediKerb Surface Kerbing, RediPave Splitter and islands, Jislon Pole Cones and Inclusive mobility products.


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