Pavement Markings

Color pavement markings are being used around the United States and the world on roads and highways to delineate bike lanes, bus lanes, crosswalks and pedestrian safety areas. Transpo’s Color-Safe® MMA road marking paint is the preferred choice of transportation and safety officials as the optimal road pavement marking for a variety of special-use lane marking applications. By creating visual awareness for all road users, Color-Safe® creates bright, long-lasting road pavementmarkings bringing greater safety to cities and communities.

Vibrant, Durable & Cost-effective, Transpo’s Color-Safe® street and highway marking paint is a far superior solution to traditional thermoplastic road marking solutions- which often result in a very limited useful lifecycle and a compromise in material safety. Color-Safe® is a durable, vibrant, and customizable road pavement marking solution that can be applied in cold weather, thus extending the marking season, and costing less in maintenance and material costs over the life cycle of the markings.

Color-Safe® is a highly versatile product, meeting the needs of a variety of project sizes.  Cities, Highways, Industrial Airfields, and other sectors all use Color-Safe road pavement marking for the many benefits it offers. Used as street marking paint, highway striping paint and road pavement marking, Color-Safe® is an ideal solution for all bike lanes, bus lanes, cross walks, airfields and industrial facilities. 

Color-Safe<sup>®</sup> Bike Lanes
Color-Safe<sup>®</sup> Durable Airfield Markings
Color-Safe<sup>®</sup> Bus Lanes
Color-Safe<sup>®</sup> Crosswalks
Color-Safe<sup>®</sup> for Industrial Safety Marking
Guide Markings
Color-Safe<sup>®</sup> Pavement Marking for Dynamic Envelope
Color-Safe<sup>®</sup> Unique Applications
Visit our Color-Safe® page for a complete discussion on this highly versatile, durable pavement marking material. 
Markings must remain vibrant to be a safety feature!

Transpo supports the UNited nations “Decade of Action for Road Safety” and the FHWA/National strategy on road safety “Toward Zero Deaths”

 Decade of ActionToward Zero Deaths