A Cloburn red carpet. The reconstruction of the Julianaplein in ‘s-Hertogenbosch has been completed. From a standard roundabout to an oval roundabout: safe, spacious, modern and colourful. The square offers pedestrians and cyclists a natural environment, naturally red cycle paths in an SMA-NL 5 with Cloburn Red. This literally forms a red carpet in front of our own office building. Window dressing at its best!
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Municipality of Eindhoven The bus lane being used for the new High-Quality Public Transport Network [Hoogwaardig Openbaar Vervoersverbinding] between Eindhoven and Nuenen includes a reflective asphalt mixture. The work has been tendered in phases. Consequently, companies such as Heijmans, Rasenberg…
As a result of the CROW publication entitled 'Road Surface Reflection' [Wegdekreflectie], the Municipality of Tilburg put out a tender for the addition of a red, reflective asphalt layer to the cycle path known as the 'Bels Lijntje'. This involved…
The fast cycle route between Oss and 's-Hertogenbosch is 20 kilometres long and connects the station in 's-Hertogenbosch to the one in Oss. The route largely follows the railway line between both locations and passes by all the stations in-between,…
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