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SPWA 2020 Annual Conference & PWville

Come join us February 25-27, 2020 at the Delta Hotel in Regina. As part of the Saskatchewan Public Works Association annual conference, PWville allows delegates and visitors to view, touch and feel the latest products from the many vendors. Lafrentz Road Marking durable markings continue to be the standard by which the competitive materials are […]

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3D Crosswalks in the News

3D Crosswalks to be installed. For the past few years we have been following the information and news about 3D crosswalks. The idea is very intriguing. Place a two dimensional marking on the roadway so it looks three dimensional …cool. We are aware that the Transportation of Canada is studying 3D crosswalks to understand the implications for […]

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Edmonton Pedestrian Scramble in the News

Full Pedestrian Scramble  Intersection – 104 Street and Jasper Ave The appearance of a full pedestrian scramble intersection in downtown Edmonton was news worthy. With more intersections identified for this treatment all eyes seem to be on this pilot project. You can check out the news clip by clicking HERE.

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Newest Crosswalk In Town

City of Edmonton – Jasper Ave / 104 Street Thank you to the City of Edmonton for passing along a picture of the newest crosswalk in town. You can find this scramble crosswalk design on Jasper Ave and 104 Street.

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124 Street – Edmonton – Crosswalks

The new Lafrentz red brick crosswalks are in the news. Check out the news report by clicking HERE. Lafrentz installed these crosswalks using our new application process. These crosswalks are based on methyl methacrylate resin and contain bauxite to provide a very durable, long lasting, skid resistant surface that doesn’t fade over time. We look […]

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City of Edmonton – Protected Bike Lanes Update

The City of Edmonton extends it’s protected bike lane network. Lafrentz crews have been working diligently to put the final markings on the 102 Avenue bike lane in Edmonton. You can’t help but notice how many users of all levels of ability are using these protected bike lanes.

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New Brick Crosswalk

Lafrentz introduces a new process and finish for it’s Brick Crosswalk This application provides a skid resistant, extremely durable, colour fast surface. This proven product has demonstrated it’s durability under the rigors of Alberta winters and snow removal processes.

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B.C. highways getting a little safer

The Province Newspaper reports: You can CLICK HERE to check out this news report. Lafrentz Road Marking has been working with B.C. Transportation and Infrastructure on a new glass bead package for their painted road markings.

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City of Edmonton – Protected Bike Lanes

The City of Edmonton Officially Opens Downtown Protected Bike Lane Network Lafrentz Road Marking congratulates the City of Edmonton on the opening of the downtown protected bike lane network. Check out the news here.

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Congratulations to The City of St Albert

Awarded the 2017 “Most Innovative Municipality Award” by Vision Zero Advocate Institute Lafrentz Road Marking congratulates the City of St Albert on this award. We have appreciated working with them on the production and application of the Pedestrian Crossing Enhancements and Skid Resistant Material. Check out the news release here. Way to go St Albert!

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