TRAFFIC CONTROL EQUIPMENT

The Region's Leading Supplier of Traffic Control Equipment 

As traffic control experts, it makes sense for Summit to maintain an extensive inventory of a wide range of products designed to help create safe work zones and guide traffic effectively. We carry cones, barricades, signs, and delineators, all designed to meet the highest safety standards. Our equipment is durable, reliable, and easy to use, making it ideal for a variety of traffic control applications.

Traffic Flags and Paddles

Flags and paddles are essential tools for Summit traffic flaggers. They communicate with drivers and direct traffic flow. Flags typically attract drivers’ attention and indicate where they need to stop or proceed. Paddles, on the other hand, signal drivers to stop or go and indicate which lanes are open or closed. Both flags and paddles are brightly colored and highly visible, making them practical tools for managing traffic flow.

Reflective Vests and Clothing

Reflective vests and clothing worn by Summit traffic flaggers ensure each flagger is visible to drivers, especially in low-light conditions. These vests, typically made of weatherproof performance fabrics, are designed to reflect light, making them easy to spot from a distance. Reflective clothing is an important safety measure, as it helps to prevent accidents and ensures that flaggers can always be seen by drivers.

Traffic Cones and Barricades

Summit uses traffic cones and barricades to mark off work zones and redirect traffic away from hazardous areas. We use cones to create a visual barrier between traffic and the work area and employ barricades to block off entire lanes or sections of the road. Both cones and barricades are highly visible and are designed to withstand impact, making them essential tools for maintaining safety in work zones.

Traffic Signs and Signals

Summit uses signs and signals to convey important information to drivers, such as speed limits, lane closures, and detours. Summit traffic flaggers use signs and signals to communicate with drivers and direct them safely through work zones. Signs are typically mounted on stands or vehicles and are highly visible, while signals can be hand-held or mounted on poles and are used to communicate with drivers from a distance.

Radio Communication Devices

Traffic flaggers use radio communication devices to communicate with each other and other workers in the area. These devices allow flaggers to coordinate efforts and respond quickly to changing traffic conditions. Radio communication devices are handy in larger work zones or areas with limited visibility, as they allow flaggers to always stay in contact with each other.