Our innovative products are designed to be quickly and easily fixed directly to the road surface, eliminating expensive excavation and enabling our customers to achieve significant cost savings, while minimising disruption to traffic flow.
Rosehill Highways offer the most complete range of products, including speed cushions, speed calmers, raised tables, traffic islands, pedestrian refuge islands and cycle lane delineators. Our products are manufactured from 100% recycled tyre rubber and can be used as part of ongoing maintenance programmes or designed into new schemes.
Narrow Cycle Lane Defenders
Raised Tables & Crossings
We offer informal seminars across the UK, giving current and potential customers the chance to ask questions and find out more about our range of traffic calming solutions.
We draw upon years of experience to help customers develop the most effective traffic calming and cycle segregation schemes, tailored to their specific requirements and budgets.
All our products are supplied complete with the required fixings. For peace of mind, we also offer a comprehensive installation service across the UK.
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In the two months since the government began advising against the use of public transport and promoting active travel, Rosehill Highways have supplied more than 28,000 metres of surface-mounted rubber segregation solutions to councils up and down the country, allowing the rapid expansion of cycle lane networks and pavement widening to help facilitate social distancing.
With social distancing becoming the new normal and the UK government advising against the use of public transport while promoting ‘active travel’ to work, councils across the country are looking to rapidly expand their protected cycle lane networks.
Members of LCRIG are also provided with a Member Profile. This service provides each member with the opportunity to share their organisation’s details, job opportunities, news, videos and links to key information. Members are also able to request for LCRIG to facilitate communication between members and the wider highways community.