Fun Sydney Line Marking Fact:
In Australia, the first use of line markings was here in Sydney, in the 1920s; when line marking was used to mark out pedestrian crossings.
In 1938, in Sydney, they began to use line marking machines to mark the roads; which has continued to this day.
Line Marking Is So Important For Road Safety, Walkways, Parking Areas, Industrial Work Sites, Etc.
With Line Marking There Is A Clearly Marked Path For You, So You Can Avoid Accidents & Collisions, Saving Lives.
On The Road, Line Marking Can:
- Keep Traffic In The Correct Lanes.
- Direct Traffic.
- Provide Pedestrians With Safe Crossing.
- Designate Lanes For Cyclists Or Buses.
- Communicate What Rules Apply & Where & Can Give You A Safe Area To Pull Over If You Need.
For car parks, this may be the only way to organise the flow and direction of traffic and to bring organisation, removing chaos and reducing accidents.
This is also true for large industrial workplaces, where line marking also provides safety, direction, flow of traffic and organisation.
This is done with the use of visual cues, which are used to direct your workers via marked walkways, or a pathway for forklifts of other industrial vehicles.
Line marking is also used to show where certain equipment is stored and hazards to avoid.
Overall, Line Marking Brings Organization, Direction & Safety.