An automatic rising bollard in Crawley has recently taken out a car that went down a route which is only intended for buses, a recent news report in the local media has been able to suggest.
The incident happened on the road which runs from Southgate roundabout to Broadfield, near to the bus stops right outside the Checkatrade Stadium – the home of Crawley Town FC.
The bollards stop cars and other vehicles from using the shortcut, which can only be used by Metrobus buses, with the bollard going down into the ground when a bus approaches.
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Our bollards are constructed out of concrete, stainless steel, aluminium or cast iron and are sturdy enough to be able to completely stop the majority of vehicles. Furthermore, they’re also quite resilient to atmospheric elements, and are housed inside compartments set into the road surface.
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